*  Vestibulocochlear nerve - Wikipedia
The other two sensory organs supplied by the vestibular neurons are the maculae of the saccule and utricle. Hair cells of the ... Some older texts call the nerve the acoustic or auditory nerve, but these terms have fallen out of widespread use because they ... This is the nerve along which the sensory cells (the hair cells) of the inner ear transmit information to the brain. It ... maculae in the utricle activate afferent receptors in response to linear acceleration while hair cells of the maculae in the ...
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*  V, VII Pair of Cranial Nerves | Vertigo | Vestibular System
Hair cell of Corti's organ of the cochlea are specialized acoustic receptors, which convert electrical impulses into mechanical ... Symptoms of t i min l n l sions topi l di nosis Damage to one of the sensory branches of the trigeminal nerve, causing pain and ... Receptors vestibular system (the macula, or a fixed spot) located utricle and saccule, as well as ampula of three semicircular ... Trigeminal nerve contains sensory fibers innervating the face, and motion fibers going to the masticatory muscles (Fig. 8). The ...
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*  Utricle (ear) - Wikipedia
The macula consists of three layers. The bottom layer is made of sensory hair cells which are embedded in the bottom of a ... which receives the utricular filaments of the acoustic nerve. The cavity of the utricle communicates behind with the ... The macula of utricle, which lies horizontally on the floor of the utricle, contains the hair cells. These hair cells are ... The kinocilium is the only sensory aspect of the hair cell and is what causes hair cell polarization. The tips of these ...
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*  MeSH Semantic Type: Cell [T025]
Hair Cells, Vestibular [M0027259]. Mechanoreceptors located in the acoustic maculae and the semicircular canals that mediate ... In contrast to the outer hair cells, the inner hair cells are fewer in number, have fewer sensory hairs, and are less ... Hair Cells, Outer [M0027263]. Mechanoreceptors in the organ of Corti. In mammals the outer hair cells are arranged in three ... In each case the accessory sensory structures are arranged so that appropriate stimuli cause movement of the hair-like ...
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*  Sensory epithelia of the fish inner ear in 3D: studied with high-resolution contrast enhanced microCT | Frontiers in Zoology |...
... enabling us to perform a reliable 3D reconstruction of all three sensory maculae of the inner ears. Comparison with maculae ... especially with regard to the sensory epithelia of the end organs, the maculae. It has been suggested that the 3D curvature of ... based on histological serial sections and phalloidin-stained maculae showed high congruence in overall shape of the maculae ... or evolution of hearing and inner ear specialization in fishes may benefit from the use of 3D models of inner ears and maculae. ...
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*  Most recent papers with the keyword central otolith projections | Read by QxMD
The role of ear stone size in hair cell acoustic sensory transduction. ... Nonmammalian vertebrates possess a third otolith endorgan, the macula lagena. Different functions have been ascribed to the ... www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23817603/the-role-of-ear-stone-size-in-hair-cell-acoustic-sensory-transduction ... Both sound- and head movement-dependent mechanical displacement are converted into electrical signals by the sensory hair cells ...
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*  Macula of saccule - Wikipedia
It is a 2 mm by 3mm patch of hair cells. Each hair cell of the macula contains 40 to 70 stereocilia and one true cilia, called ... The macula of the utricle is in a horizontal position and detects horizontal acceleration. The coordinated sensory perception ... or saccular macula), to which are distributed the saccular filaments of the acoustic nerve. The vestibule is a region of the ... The macula of saccule lies in a nearly vertical position. Its function is to detect vertical linear acceleration. ...
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*  Macula lutea | definition of macula lutea by Medical dictionary
... macula lutea explanation free. What is macula lutea? Meaning of macula lutea medical term. What does macula lutea mean? ... Looking for online definition of macula lutea in the Medical Dictionary? ... 4. macula lutea. adj., adj mac´ular, mac´ulate.. acoustic maculae (ma´culae acus´ticae) the macula sacculi and macula utriculi ... macula utri´culi a thickening in the wall of the utricle where the epithelium contains hair cells that are stimulated by linear ...
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*  Head And Neck Session 6 Flashcards by Charlotte Manton | Brainscape
What do hair cells of the macula of utricle and saccule and hair cells of the crest in the semicircular ducts stimulate? ... What is the internal acoustic meatus? ~1 cm long canal in petrous part of temporal bone, opening in the posteromedial part of ... What covers the surface of the macula of the utricle and saccule? ... Sensory epithelium with hair cells 11 What innervates the macula of the utricle and saccule? ...
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*  Defining the cellular environment in the organ of Corti following extensive hair cell loss: a basis for future sensory cell...
... the sensory epithelium repairs to close the lesions but no new hair cells arise and hearing impairment ensues. For any cell ... Following the loss of hair cells from the mammalian cochlea, ... Year: 1988Regeneration of sensory hair cells after acoustic ... Li L,Forge A. Year: 1997Morphological evidence for supporting cell to hair cell conversion in the mammalian utricular macula. ... Death of the sensory "hair" cells from the organ of Corti - the auditory sensory epithelium of the cochlea - is the major cause ...
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*  Inner ear - Wikipedia
The hair cells are the primary auditory receptor cells and they are also known as auditory sensory cells, acoustic hair cells, ... They contain the sensory hair cells and otoliths of the macula of utricle and of the saccule, respectively, which respond to ... The hair cells have a hair bundle at the apical surface of the cell. The hair bundle consists of an array of actin-based ... Various clusters of hair cells within the inner ear may instead be responsible; for example, bony fish contain a sensory ...
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*  Sensory hair | definition of sensory hair by Medical dictionary
... sensory hair explanation free. What is sensory hair? Meaning of sensory hair medical term. What does sensory hair mean? ... Looking for online definition of sensory hair in the Medical Dictionary? ... Leupeptin protects sensory hair cells from acoustic trauma.. Pharmacologic manipulation of the labyrinth with novel and ... Sensory hair , definition of sensory hair by Medical dictionary https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/sensory+hair ...
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*  Neurosecretory cell | definition of neurosecretory cell by Medical dictionary
hair cells sensory epithelial cells with long hairlike processes (kinocilia or stereocilia) found in the organ of Corti and the ... A supporting cell, as in the acoustic macula, organ of Corti, olfactory epithelium, taste buds, or testes. ... hair cell. An epithelial cell possessing stereocilia in the maculae, cristae ampullaris, and the organ of Corti. These cells ... 90% of these at the macula. 5% of these at the macula; about 13% overall. ...
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*  Segmented cell | definition of segmented cell by Medical dictionary
hair cell. An epithelial cell possessing stereocilia in the maculae, cristae ampullaris, and the organ of Corti. These cells ... A supporting cell, as in the acoustic macula, organ of Corti, olfactory epithelium, taste buds, or testes. ... sensory cell. A cell that when stimulated gives rise to nerve impulses that are conveyed to the central nervous system. ... A cell in the retina of the eye whose scleral end is long and narrow, forming a rod-shaped sensory receptor. Rods are ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
The cristae and maculae contain vestibular hair cells that transduce mechanical stimuli to subserve the special sense of ... The mammalian inner ear has 6 distinct sensory epithelia: 3 cristae in the ampullae of the semicircular canals; maculae in the ... Here, we describe a method for anterograde tracing from the acoustic ganglion to selectively label auditory axons within the ... Hair cell regeneration is mediated by glia-like supporting cells, which contact the basolateral surfaces of hair cells in the ...
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*  Chapter 13 - Special Senses Flashcards by Abigail Torres | Brainscape
Sensory neurons synapse with interneurons in this structure, just deep into the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone ... This GELATINOUS MASS waves in the ENDOLYMPH of the SEMICIRCULAR CANALS - bending the sterocilia of the inner hair cells located ... Aka earwax, this modified sebum PROTECTS the external acoustic meatus, and PREVENTS foreign objects from reaching the delicate ... Type of sensory neuron that is necessary to conduct the senses of TASTE and SMELL ...
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*  Outline of human anatomy - Wikipedia
Integumentary system Skin Epidermis Dermis Hairs Downy hair (Lanugo) Skin glands Sweat gland Sebaceous gland Nail Lunule Breast ... Inner layer of eyeball Retina Ora serrata Optic disc Macula Fovea centralis Optic nerve (see nervous system) Retinal blood ... Peripheral nervous system Cranial nerves Olfactory nerve Optic nerve Oculomotor nerve Trochlear nerve Trigeminal nerve Sensory ... Tragicus Pyramidal muscle of auricle Antitragicus Transverse muscle of auricle Oblique muscle of auricle External acoustic ...
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*  The Sensory Systems of the Human Body | Online Medical Library
Get to know the sensory systems of the human body, the fundamental principles in their structure and function. In addition you ... The sensory cells are hair cells as well. However, contrary to the hair cells of the cochlear, they develop cilia and several ... Therefore, rods and cones are secondary sensory cells.. The macula lutea is a yellow oval spot at the center of the retina. It ... The auditory threshold is the minimal acoustic pressure at which a tone of a specific frequency can be heard. The relationship ...
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*  Chapter 13 - Study Guide Flashcards by Abigail Torres | Brainscape
1. Taste cells (sensory) - with taste hairs & pore. 2. Basal cells (nonsensory). 3. Supporting cells (nonsensory) ... Medial to Macula. Central Retinal Artery enters. Central Retinal Vein exits. Where axons converge to form CN II ... Small pit in the center of the Macula. - Highest concentration of PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS in the Retina (most sensitive to light) ... Odorants must first ______ in order to reach the Olfactory Receptors (on olfactory hairs) ...
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*  Protocols and Video Articles Authored by Bernd Fritzsch
We directly tested the significance of hair cells or sensory epithelia for fiber guidance in mutants that lose hair cells ( ... whereas the reduced utricular macula demonstrates weak miR-183 expression and develops presumptive hair cells with numerous ... 2002 , Pubmed ID: 12052904 The neurons of the cochlear ganglion transmit acoustic information between the inner ear and the ... thereby defining non-sensory and sensory epithelium. The adult Lmx1a mutant organ of Corti shows a loss of cochlear hair cells ...
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*  Utriculus masculinus | definition of utriculus masculinus by Medical dictionary
acoustic maculae. *auditory hair. *bony labyrinth. *cochlea. *elliptical recess of bony labyrinth ... A dilated portion of the membranous labyrinth receiving the ampullae of the semicircular canals; contains an area of sensory ...
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*  Index of anatomy articles - Wikipedia
... habenula habenular nuclei haemorrhoid hair hair cells hair follicle hallux hamate hamstrings hamulus of hamate hand hard palate ... semimembranosus seminal vesicles seminiferous tubules semitendinosus sensorimotor cortex sensory decussation sensory system ... macroscopic macula macular sparing magnocellular nuclei main pulmonary artery major duodenal papilla malleolus malleus ... accessory cuneate nucleus accessory nerve accessory olivary nucleus accommodation reflex acetabulum Achilles tendon acoustic ...
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*  Computational analysis of mRNA expression profiling in the inner ear reveals candidate transcription factors associated with...
We used a novel approach to highlight novel additional factors that can serve as points of intervention for enhancing hair cell ... factor binding motifs in genes differentially expressed between the tissues and between developmental ages of mouse sensory ... By comparison with transcription factors known to alter their expression during avian hair cell regeneration, we identified 37 ... and revealing new factors that can be manipulated in a coordinated manner to improve hair cell regeneration. Here, we addressed ...
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