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the hairs are attached to the tectorial membrane, which '"angs over the organ of
Corti 'ke a shel'. Sound waves "wake the basilar membrane vibrate, which results
in bend'fig of the ha'rs and depolarizafon of the hair cells. 1052 vocal cords of a ...
A large-arrplitude sound 'ave causes a more vigorous viration of the bas'lar
membrane, a greater beriding of the hairs on hair cells, and rnore action
potentials in the sensory neurons. Pitch is a function of a sound wave's frequency
or rrumber ...
Many arthropods sense sounds with body hairs that vibrate and with localized "
ears," consisting of a tympanic membrane ... 1050-1053) The tympanic
membrane (eardrum) trarismits sound waves to three srrall bones of the middle
ear, w'r:ich ...
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