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Unformatted text preview: connect to the three ossicles, connected to the cochlea, which is then connected to the CN VIII for audition. In the cross-section of the cochlea: Hair cells contain in the basal membrane, bend themselves in the tegtorial membrane. hair cells contain some pertrusion to the tectorial membrane. Depolarization occur not only due to influx of K but also Ca. EPSP occur when tip link bends. Higher pitch tone, different sound goes to different part of the cochlear....
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- Spring '07