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The Ear: Hearing and BalanceThe Ear: Hearing and Balance
Internal ear (labyrinth) functions in both. Otolithic membrane
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Hearing and balance ObjectivesHearing and balance Objectives
Describe the way that sound waves are converted into impulses generated in hair cells in the cochlea. Otolithic membrane
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Organs of Equilibrium receptors of the inner ear are called the vestibular apparatusOrgans of Equilibrium receptors of the inner ear are called the vestibular apparatus
In cochlea there’s three chambers. Top and bottom have perilymph and middle (cochlear duct) endolymph. Otolithic membrane
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Balance and Aging Guided Notes Name: How do we maintain balance?Balance and Aging Guided Notes Name: How do we maintain balance?
Static equilibrium has to do with our. Otolithic membrane
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Sensation Properties and Types of Sensory Receptors General Senses Chemical Senses Hearing and Equilibrium Vision DefinitionsSensation Properties and Types of Sensory Receptors General Senses Chemical Senses Hearing and Equilibrium Vision Definitions
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A&P 241 (biol&241) Unit 4 Lab 4 Ear g blevins/g brady sfcc / 2014-2016 External Anatomy of the Human EarA&P 241 (biol&241) Unit 4 Lab 4 Ear g blevins/g brady sfcc / 2014-2016 External Anatomy of the Human Ear
Frequency: Cycles (number of waves) per second, measured in Hertz (Hz). The frequency range in which most people hear is between 20 Hz and 20,000 Hz. The. Otolithic membrane
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Anatomy of the Ear Outer or External EarAnatomy of the Ear Outer or External Ear
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Chapter OutlineChapter Outline
A. a bumblebee gathering nectar at a flower has an entirely different type of eye from. Otolithic membrane
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Chapter Outline 38. 1 Sensory ReceptorsChapter Outline 38. 1 Sensory Receptors
Sensory receptors are specialized cells capable of detecting changes in internal or external conditions, and of communication that information to the central nervous system. Otolithic membrane
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