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G) G The cochlea. The cochlea has two large canals—an upper vestibu ar canal
and a lower tympar'c canal—separated by a srna er cochlear duct. The vestibu ar
and tympanic carals conta'r a fluid ca led periyrrph, and the coch ear duct 's ...
panic canal, dissipating as they strike the round window (Figure 49.9). Pressure
waves in the vestibular canal push down on the cochlear duct and basilar
membrane. In response, the basilar membrane vibrates up and down, and its hair
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