The conus arteriosus is a single, wide arterial vessel leaving the ventricle and passing ventrally over the right atrium.
first the frog heart (amphibian ) has a three chambered heart two atria and one ventricle the ventricle is not fully separated its partly separated by the conus arteriosus the blood , however stays mostly unmixed the ventricles deliver oxygengtal (efferent) blood to the systemic and pulmocutaneous arteries
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shunt that allows the blood to bypass the lungs until they are fully developed and the infant is breathing on its own ===Joline Preligera===
Most fish have only two heart chambers.Amphibians and some types of primitive fish have four heart chambers, and the fourth one of these is known as the conus arteriosus.
is to assist in breathing as grown frogs do not have gillshelps air flow to the lungs (used as an air way)It most likely helps a frog breathe because the do not have gills when they are grown!
Conus orbignyi was created in 1831.
Patent Ductus Arteriosus
Conus africanus was created in 1845.
Lev Conus was born in 1871.
Conus dictator was created in 1898.
Conus cervus was created in 1822.