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Hair Cells

by Craig Canby, PhD
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    The lecture Hair Cells by Craig Canby, PhD is from the course Auditory System and Vestibular System.


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    1. Otoconia possess more inertia than the hair cells
    2. Otoconia are located underneath the hair cells
    3. Their movement stimulates the endolymph
    4. Otoconia move secondary to the movement of hair cells
    5. These are main structural components of the crista ampullaris
    1. A bending of the cupula leftwards
    2. A bending of the cupula leftwards and the bending of hair cells rightwards
    3. A bending of the cupula rightwards and the bending of hair cells leftwards
    4. A bending of the cupula rightwards
    5. A bending of hair cells rightwards

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     Craig Canby, PhD

    Craig Canby, PhD


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    It could be a better video
    By Andreas M. on 27. July 2018 for Hair Cells

    Hello, I usually don't rate lectures, but I had to do it here. The reason of that is that I found the certain video unable to make me understand the structures of the inner ear. Please be more specific and use better images, for example about what otoconia are and their use, the cupule etc. Despite of that I like dr. Candy. Thank you.