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Glands of Swammerdam which is hound in the frog’s central nervous system are associated with cranial nerve medulla oblongata spinal nerve pons varolii

Glands of Swammerdam which is hound in the frog’s central nervous system are associated with 
  1. cranial nerve
  2. medulla oblongata 
  3. spinal nerve
  4. pons varolii

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Gaurav
askIITians Faculty 164 Points
6 years ago
Hello Student
Correct Answer is 3. Spinal nerve
In frog, glands of Swamerdam covers the dorsal root ganglia aof spinal nerves. These glands are calcareous bodies and white woft chalky masses in frog.

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