Frogs Where Your Mouth Is - Doctor Nerve - Beta 14 Ok (CD, Album)

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  1. Frog is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. It was inspired by frogs and utilizes their sounds. Masami Akita exhibited the audio and images at Yokohama Triennale in an installation called "Moss Garden" (苔庭, kokeniwa). It was reissued on CD in , retitled Frog+, with a bonus disc of additional material and a screensaver.. Merzbow continued the frog theme on A Taste Of.
  2. A frog may breathe by simply opening its mouth and letting air flow into the windpipe. However, it may also breathe with its mouth closed. The floor of the mouth is lowered, causing the frog’s throat to “puff out.” When the nostrils open, air enters the enlarged mouth. Then, with nostrils closed, the air in the mouth is forced into the.
  3. 8. Find and dissect the frog sciatic nerve for placement in a nerve chamber. 9. Describe the dissection of the frog sciatic nerve. Explain the procedure and significance of a single and double pith of the frog. Introduction. The interior of a neuron at rest is negatively charged with respect to its exterior.
  4. The Frog Doctor is: I'm no expert, but I still get many questions about people's pet frogs. Before you add that water to your frog tank, make sure it has been de-chlorinated. (My sister almost lost her frogs when the tap water had a bit more chlorine in it than usual.) Best procedure here is to get a little bottle of dechlorinating solution.
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  7. Inside Every Frog’s Mouth Is a Sticky, Grabby Bullet Investigating frog tongues—and some human ones!—in the name of science. Gotcha! A frog's tongue can be five times faster than the blink.
  8. Most frogs’ lay their eggs in water, but there are exceptions. Frog eggs do not have a shell, so they need some kind of moisture to keep them from drying out until they hatch. Some frogs have come up with amazing ways to keep their eggs wet besides laying them directly in water.

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