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Title Essay

549 words - 3 pages

Grade 8 Biological systems NAME:Your namePART 1: Rate-a-dissection-simulator

Ratings … 1 = poor, 10 = excellent

Simulator … on

Easy to use

Quality of information

Visual quality

Easy to use, too easy. Did not improve anything I knew about the frog's body. I rate it a 1.

Horrible, ...view middle of the document...

Impeccably easy. Same as the other simulator, too easy and didn't improve anything. I rate this one a 3.

It was good in some parts, but it's more of a click and guess game.

Pretty good, quite realistic.

PART 2: Body systems
Body system

Main parts/ organs (Frog)

Difference in humans?

EXTENSION: Difference in (another animal)?

Circulatory

Heart
Arteries + arterioles
Veins + venules

No factual difference

Digestive

Stomach
Mouth
Small intestine
Large intestine

Our large intestine isn't our rectum

Respiratory

Lungs
Skin

We can only breathe through our lungs

Excretory

Bladder
Kidney

The have a cloaca and we have a urethra.

Nervous

Nerve system

Frogs don't have as many nerves

Skeletal

Skeleton

Everything is smaller for them

Reproductive

Testes
Semen

We have uterus' and ovaries

Your name Page 3 of 3 Body systems

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