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In the middle ear, three small bones—the malleus (hammer), incus (anvil), and
stapes (stirrup)—transmit vibrations to the oval window, which is a rrembrane
beneath the stapes. The middle ear also opens into. Sensory and Motor
I _ \Cochlea Stapes Axons of Vestibular sensory canal neurons Perllymph oun
mpanl R d Ty c window canal membrane Figure 49.9 Transduction in the cochlea
. For simplicity, the cochlea is shown uncoiled here and in Figure 49.10, even ...
However, as in amphibiars, sound is conducted from the tympanic membrane to
the inner ear by a single bone, the stapes. Concept Check 49.2 1. Low are
statocysts adaptive for animals that burrow underground orlive deep in the ocean
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