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1052 vocal cords of a speaking person, create percussion waves in the
surrounding air. These waves cause ... When ne of those bones, the stapes,
virates against the oval window, it eates pressure waves in the fluid ' the cochlea.
The waves ...
V'brations of the stapes agairst tlre oval window produce pressure waves in tr
perilymph of the cochlea. Tlr waves (black arrows) travel to tr apex of the cochlea
througlr tlr vestibular canal and back toward the base through the tympanic canal.
1050-1053) The tympanic membrane (eardrum) trarismits sound waves to three
srrall bones of the middle ear, 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 ...
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