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... w'r:ich transmit the waves t'rrough the oval wiridow to tr 'uid in the co'led
cochlea of tr 'rner ear. Pressure waves ir t 'uid vibrate the basilar rr brane,
depolarizing hair cels t're organ of Corti and triggerir (D <.Q3iCDCDCD action
potentials that ...
The transduction of sound waves into action potentials takes place a. within the
tectorial membrane as it is stimulated by the hair cells. b. when hair cells are bent
against the tectorial mem___i__ -<€<| brane, causing them to depolarize and ...
brane, causing them to depolarize and release neurotransmitter that stimulates
sensory neurons. as the basilar membrane vibrates at different frequencies in
response to the varying volume of sounds. within the middle ear as the vibrations
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