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Many (perhaps most) insects have body hairs that vibrate in response to sound
waves. Hairs of different stiffnesses and lengths vibrate at different frequencies.
The hairs are commonly tuned to frequencies of sounds produced by other ...
Sound waves vibrate the tympanic membrane, stimulat'ng receptor cells attached
to the 'nside of the membrane and result'ng in nerve impulses that are transmitted
to the brain. Some rnoths can hear the high-pitched sounds trat bats produce ...
Many arthropods sense sounds with body hairs that vibrate and with localized "
ears," consisting of a tympanic membrane and receptor cells. Hearing and
Equilibrium in Mammals (pp. 1050-1053) The tympanic membrane (eardrum)
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