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Ear anatomy5 cards
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the tympanic is the eardrum. Waves hit the eardrum first. The eardrum begins the middle ear.
- malleus -incus -stapes - these three bones are located in the middle ear and transfer waves to the cochlea.
Cochlea- spiraled seashell (inner ear). it funnels sound into hair cells and organ of corti.
They are located in the cochlea (in the inner ear). - they are responsible for transmitting the the sound wave into neural signals which travel to the brain.
they are located in the inner ear. the semi canals are responsible for balance.
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