Hearing & Balance 
Hearing & Balance
by Crash Course
Video Lecture 17 of 47
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Date Added: August 11, 2016

Lecture Description

Crash Course A&P continues the journey through sensory systems with a look at how your sense of hearing works. We follow sounds as they work there way into the ear where they are registered and transformed into action potentials. This mechanism not only helps you hear but also helps maintain your equilibrium.

Table of Contents
Choclea, Basilar Membrane, and Hair Cells Register and Transduct Sound into Action Potentials
The Vestibular Apparatus Responds to Specific Motions
Keep Your Equilibrium 7:36


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