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*  Ribbon synapse
Siegel, J.H. (1 April 1992). "Spontaneous synaptic potentials from afferent terminals in the guinea pig cochlea". Hearing ...
*  Round window
Cochlea Oval window This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy (1918) Colletti ... It allows fluid in the cochlea to move, which in turn ensures that hair cells of the basilar membrane will be stimulated and ... The membrane vibrates with opposite phase to vibrations entering the cochlea through the oval window as the fluid in the ... It therefore travelled "backwards" around the cochlea but still gave useful hearing as the hair cells were still deflected in ...
*  Perilymphatic duct
This works as a type of shunt to eliminate excess perilymph fluid from the perilymphatic space around the cochlea of the ear. ...
*  Prelingual deafness
In addition, individual capacities as well as the neural supply to the cochlea play a role in the process of learning with ...
*  Cochlea
The cochlea is a portion of the inner ear that looks like a snail shell (cochlea is Greek for snail.) The cochlea receives ... The name cochlea derives from Ancient Greek κοχλίας (kōhlias), meaning 'spiral, snail shell'. The cochlea (plural is cochleae) ... The cochlea and vestibule, viewed from above. Cross-section of the cochlea. Bony labyrinth Membranous labyrinth Cochlear ... Kay The Cochlea By Peter Dallos, Arthur N. Popper, Richard R. Fay Cochlea at the US National Library of Medicine Medical ...
*  Carelia cochlea
... was a species of small, air-breathing, land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family ... Carelia cochlea. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 6 August 2007.. ...
*  Heteropsammia cochlea
"Heteropsammia cochlea. Corals of the World - Photos, maps and information about corals and reefs". coral.aims.gov.au. Retrieved ... Heteropsammia cochlea, also known as walking dendro, is a species of small lonely coral belonging to the Dendrophylliidae ... Heteropsammia cochlea. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2008: e.T133679A3861285. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2008.RLTS. ...
*  Turritella cochlea
... is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Turritellidae. Reeve, 1849 Conch. Icon. ... Turritella cochlea Reeve, 1849. Retrieved through: World Register of Marine Species on 17 May 2010.. ...
*  Euophrys cochlea
... is a jumping spider species in the genus Euophrys that lives in South Africa. Wesołowska, W.; Azarkina, G. N ... doi:10.11646/zootaxa.3789.1.1. World Spider Catalog (2017). "Euophrys cochlea Wesolowska, Azarkina & Russell-Smith, 2014". ...
*  Modiolus (cochlea)
The modiolus is a conical shaped central axis in the cochlea. It consists of spongy bone and the cochlea turns approximately ...
*  Evolution of the cochlea
The actual coiling or spiral nature of the cochlea occurred to save space inside the skull. The longer the cochlea, the higher ... Dugdale, DC (2012). "Hearing and the Cochlea". MedlinePlus. Manley, GA (August 2012). "Evolutionary Paths to Mammalian Cochleae ... The size of cochlea has been measured throughout its evolution based on the fossil record. In one study, the basal turn of the ... Humans have long cochleae, but the space devoted to each frequency range is quite large (2.5mm per octave), resulting in a ...
*  Cochlear amplifier
In the mammalian cochlea, amplification occurs in the outer hair cells of the Organ of Corti. These cells sit directly above a ... These waves exert a pressure on the basilar and tectorial membranes of the cochlea which vibrate in response to sound waves of ... Sound waves enter the scala vestibuli of the cochlea and travel throughout it, carrying with them various sound frequencies. ... The Physical Basis of the Action of the Cochlea Kemp 1978 : Stimulated acoustic emissions from within the human auditory system ...
*  Turritella
... cochlea Reeve, 1849: synonym of Turritella cochlea Reeve, 1849 Turritella acicula Stimpson, 1851: synonym of Turritellopsis ... Turritella cochlea Reeve, 1849. Retrieved through: World Register of Marine Species on 19 May 2010. Turritella columnaris ... 1951 Turritella cochlea Reeve, 1849 Turritella columnaris Kiener, 1843 Turritella communis Risso, 1826 Turritella concava ...
*  Richard Francis Lyon
During this period he published a paper with Carver Mead describing an analog cochlea which modeled the propagation of sound in ... Lyon, R. F.; Mead, C. (1988). "An analog electronic cochlea". IEEE Trans. on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing. 36: 1119 ... Hamilton, Tara Julia (6 February 2009). "The silicon cochlea: 20 years on" (PDF). The Neuromorphic Engineer. Institute of ... and Compression in the Cochlea", Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, Paris, ...
*  Critical band
Within the inner ear sits the cochlea. The cochlea is a snail-shaped formation that enables sound transmission via a ... The cochlea is a complex structure, consisting of three layers of fluid. The scala vestibuli and scala media are separated by ... When a sound is presented to the human ear, the time taken for the wave to travel through the cochlea is only 5 milliseconds. ... They are non-linear, level-dependent and the bandwidth decreases from the base to apex of the cochlea as the tuning on the ...
*  Carver Mead
Lyon had previously described a computational model for the work of the cochlea. Such technology had potential applications in ... In 1988, Richard Francis Lyon and Carver Mead described the creation of an analog cochlea, modelling the fluid-dynamic ... Lyon, R. F.; Mead, C. (1988). "An analog electronic cochlea". IEEE Trans. on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing. 36: 1119 ... Wen, Bo; Boahen, Kwabena (December 2009). "A Silicon Cochlea With Active Coupling". IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits ...
*  Olivocochlear system
The Cochlea. New York: Springer. pp. 435-502. ISBN 978-0-387-94449-4. OCLC 33243443. Warr, WB.; Beck, JE.; Neely, ST. (1997). " ... The MOCS gives rise to a frequency-specific innervation of the cochlea, in that MOC fibres terminate on the outer hair cells at ... In the cats without efferent input to the cochlea, elevated thresholds of the AN, a decreased sharpness of the tuning curves, ... The olivocochlear system is a component of the auditory system involved with the descending control of the cochlea. Its nerve ...
*  Tiliqua rugosa
Their hearing can be measured at the round window as cochlear microphonics and summating potential (of the cochlea), and ... Johnstone, J. R. & Johnstone, B. M. (1969). "Electrophysiology of the lizard cochlea". Experimental Neurology. 24 (1): 99-109. ...
*  Basilar membrane
The basilar membrane is widest (0.42-0.65 mm) and least stiff at the apex of the cochlea, and narrowest (0.08-0.16 mm) and most ... Deiters cells M. Holmes and J. D. Cole, "Pseudoresonance in the cochlea, ' in: Mechanics of Hearing, E. de Boer and M. A. ... In: Altschuler, R.A., Hoffman, D.W., Bobbin, R.P. (Eds.), Neurobiology of Hearing: The Cochlea. Raven Press, New York, pp. 109- ... The basilar membrane within the cochlea of the inner ear is a stiff structural element that separates two liquid-filled tubes ...
*  Cochlear duct
The Cochlear Duct (or Scala Media) is an endolymph filled cavity inside the cochlea, located in between the tympanic duct and ... Cross section of the cochlea. Cross section at avatar.com.au. ...
*  Tectorial membrane
The tectorial membrane (TM) is one of two acellular membranes in the cochlea of the inner ear, the other being the basilar ... This raises the possibility that the TM may be involved in the longitudinal propagation of energy in the intact cochlea. Floor ... Cross αsection of the cochlea. Thalmann, I.; Thallinger, G.; Comegys, T.H.; Thalmann, R. (1986). "Collagen - The Predominant ... and traditionally was neglected or downplayed in many models of the cochlea. However, recent genetic , mechanical and ...
*  Spiral ganglion
Neurons whose cell bodies lie in the spiral ganglion are strung along the bony core of the cochlea, and send fibers (axons) ... The cell bodies of the spiral ganglion neurons are found in the modiolus, the conical shaped central axis in the cochlea. ... Diagrammatic longitudinal section of the cochlea Organ of corti This article incorporates text in the public domain from the ... ISBN 0-387-97800-3. H Spoendlin (1972). "Innervation densities of the cochlea". Acta Otolaryngol. JB Nadol Jr (1990). "Synaptic ...
*  Reticular membrane
Cross section of the cochlea. Histology and Virtual Microscopy Learning Resources University of Michigan Medical School; ...
*  Gabriele Faerno
Iupiter et cochlea - mentioned under Zeus and the Tortoise 58. Satyrus et homo - The Satyr and the Traveller 59. Mures et feles ... cochleae. 33. cornix et hirundo. 34. Mercurius et statuarius - The Statue of Hermes 35. Pater et filii - The Farmer and his ...
*  Spiral ligament
Diagrammatic longitudinal section of the cochlea. This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition of ...