Describe Arterial System of Frog
Arterial System of Frog
Vessels carrying blood away from heart are called arteries. Arteries join to form arterial system. It has following main branches. Each main branch further divides into three branches.
It supplies blood lower jaw, tongue, eye and brain etc.
It carries blood to lungs and skin.
It has two parts. Right & Left systemic arch. Both these arches join to form dorsal aorta. Each systemic arch divides into arteries and supplies blood to vertebral column, oesophagus and fore limbs.
It runs along the vertebral column towards the hind limbs. It further divides into following arteries:
- i) Coeliacomesenteric artery:
It supplies blood to digestive system.
- ii) Renal Arteries:
It supplies blood to kidney and genetal organs.
iii) Posterior mesenteric artery:
It supplies blood to rectum.
- iv) Iliac Arteries:
It supplies blood too hind limbs.
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