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A knight was walking in the woods when all of a sudden a sound wave entered his ear
Now let's see how the sound wave traveled through this knight's ear.
First it enters the canal and reaches the tympanic membrane here.
Movement of the membrane causes displacement of the auditory ossicles which are the malleus, incus, and stapes.
Movement at the stapes at the oval window then causes pressure waves in the perilymph of the vestibular duct
Cochlea ,the entire snail shape
The waves distort the basilar membrane on their wave to the round window of the tympanic duct.
Cochlear Branch of Crnial Nerve VIII
Vibrations of the basilar membrane causes vibrations of hair cells against the tectorial membrane.
Information about the region and intensity of stimulation is then relayed to the CNS over the cochlear branch of cranial nerve VIII.
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