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Parts of the Ear

Parts of the Ear
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parts of the ear - auditory nerve - cochlea definition - inner ear

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  • AUDITORY NERVE
  • PINNA
  • EAR CANAL
  • The auditory nerve connects the cochlea to the brain. It carries the electrical signal to the brain.
  • The pinna collects sound waves and funnels them into the ear canal.
  • The ear canal is a tube that connects the pinna to the ear drum.
  • COCHLEA
  • PARTS OF THE EAR
  • AUDITORY OSSICLES
  • EARDRUM
  • It is a spiral shaped chamber that is filled with liquid. It has hairs that line it. It converts the vibrations into electrical signals.
  • These are small bones that carry the vibrations from the eardrum to the cochlea. They amplify the vibrations.
  • The eardrum is a thin membrane that separates the outer ear and the inner ear. Sound waves that travel down the ear canal make it vibrate.
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