Semicircular canals: are the fluid filled structures in the ear, which are involved in balance.
The ears help with balance. The structures of the ear that help with keeping an equilibrium is the inner ear. The inner ear is responsible for hearing and balance.
The inner part of the ear controls the sense of balance in your ear. The semicircular canals control the sense of balance in your ear.
The 'vestibules' and semicircular canals of the inner ear are responsible for the sense of balance most animals have. Specifically, different fluids found in these stimulate motion sensors, which send the signals to the brain.
its the semicircular canal
Three semicircular canals which are placed to right angles to each others and vestibule are responsible for balance. Each of them placed in both inner ears.
your sense of balance
The inner ear (or cochlea).
Structures in the inner ear control your sense of balance
utriculus and sacculus
The semicircular canals in the inner ear.
We find the structures for balance in the inner ear. They include, for dynamic equilibrium, the semi-circular canal, and for static equilibrium, the vestibule (which contains the utricle and saccule).
The semicircular canals of the ear are important in balance. Balance sensations from these structures and the information from the eyes go to the cerebellum where our brains interpret what we call balance.
Muscles, tendons, bones, nerves, all sorts of things are involved in balancing. If you're trying to ask where the SENSE of balance is located, it's in the inner ear, in structures called the "semicircular canals".
The semicircular canals contain fluid and hair cells responsible for maintaining one's balance. For example, when a person tilts his head, the fluid in the semicircular canals also move. This movement is then detected by the hair cells and will in turn, send signals to the brain to keep the body's balance.
there is a nerve within the ear that helps with balance. often when you get seasick this nerve within the ear is thrown off balnce and this is what causes you to be seasick. once on land the nerve regains balance and you dont feel seasick anymore
The part which is responsible for dynamic balance is the semicircular canals while the one responsible for static balance is the vestibule, which is primarily composed of saccule and utricle.
th structures fo the ear are the middle ear and the internal ear
The ear-like structures that extend from the atria are the Auricles.
the middle ear is responsible for the balance of the body.
ear canal and ear drum.
The inner ear includes the three semicircular canals. They (plus the base of each called the ampullaris) are involved in:1. Static Equilibrium in the ampulla which contains the sense for position of head when body is not moving.2. Dynamic Equilibrium in the semicircular canals which senses rotation and movement of head and body.Both are involved in balance and position.
the inner ear
The eardrum and the middle ear structures are saved, which allows for better hearing than is possible after a radical operation.