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Frog Dissection

Virtual Frog Dissection Educational App

The Frog Dissection App is an ethical and educative alternative to live animal dissections. Help your students learn all about frogs and their biological functions, without the messy lab work or controversial questions

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Frog
Award-winning Virtual Frog Dissection App is designed for biological and scientific accuracy.Using a full set of dissection instruments including pins, scalpel, and forceps, the Virtual Frog Dissection app replicates an actual dissection of a chloroformed specimen.Step-by-step instructions enable users to understand and follow the dissection process.3D views and interactive quizzes enable students to visualize and remember internal organs effectively.Students can also use the Virtual Frog Dissection app to learn more about frogs and their internal organs.The Virtual Frog Dissection app is a great teaching tool for explaining all about the frog lifecycle.Anatomical comparison of frogs vs. humans
App Features
  • Individual 3-D organ views and information
  • Voiceovers for instruction and reading
  • Dissection tools like pins, marker, scissors, scalpel, and forceps
  • Detailed labels, information on frog classification, lifecycle, and organ functions
  • Anatomical comparison of human and frog organs
  • Works on iPads, desktops, laptops, netbooks and interactive whiteboards
Award Winning App
Frog Dissection Wins Readerís Choice Educational Apps January 2011
Emantras wins award from PETA for Frog dissection iPad app
The Sunday Times Award
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