Frog Anatomy and Dissection Guideby Bruce D. Wingerd, Ph.D.
Author: Bruce D. Wingerd, Ph.D.
The purpose of this guide is to present the frog anatomy and dissection in a clear, step-by-step manner in order to make the learning experience meaningful and effective. Because frog anatomy is often studied compared to humans, this book includes comparisons to human anatomy that are provided in italics. Important terms of frog anatomy are introduced in bold face type, which serves to emphasize them.
Going beyond the visual investigation of charts, models, lists of terms, and lectures, dissection engages the student to examine real structures using the additional sense of touch. This practical approach has the potential for opening up new dimensions of learning if it is taught properly, with reverence and respect for life.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: External Anatomy and the Skin
- Chapter 2: The Skeletal System
- Chapter 3: The Muscular System
- Chapter 4: Internal Anatomy
- Chapter 5: The Digestive System
- Chapter 6: The Respiratory System
- Chapter 7: The Circulatory System
- Chapter 8: The Urogenital System
- Chapter 9: The Nervous System
About the Author
Bruce Wingerd has been teaching anatomy and related courses since 1980. He has written numerous textbooks, lab manuals, dissection guides, and multimedia resources in comparative mammalian anatomy, human anatomy, anatomy and physiology, histology, and medical terminology.