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Tympamg \ membrane 1mm Figure 49.7 An insect ear. Tlr tympanic membrane,
visible in th' SEM of a cricket's front leg, v brates in response to sour waves. The
vibrations stimulat mechanoreceptors attached to tlr inside of the tympanic ...
Many insects aso have localized "ears," in which a tympanic membrane (eardrurn
) is stretched over an internal a'rchamber (Figure 49.7). Sound waves vibrate the
tympanic membrane, stimulat'ng receptor cells attached to the 'nside of the ...
Throuter ear cnnsists of the external pinna and the auditory (ilDd|_ which collect
sound waves and channel them to the tympanic membrane eardrum) separating
the ouU"f ear trom the middle ear I i ' I I ' I' diddlc Tympanic r' membrane )' !
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