The stirrup, the tiniest bone in your body, sends the vibrations from the middle ear to the cochlea in the inner ear. Then, it sends the vibrations from the cochlea to the Auditory Nerve, which sends the vibrations to the brain.
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a thin membrane separating the middle ear from the inner part of the external auditory canal that vibrates in response to sound energy and transmits the resulting mechanical vibrations to the structures of the middle ear -- called also eardrum,tympanum It is the ear drum.
There is no body part called the mallues. There is, however, a body part called the malleus. The malleus is a tiny hammer shaped bone found in the middle ear. It transmits vibrations from the eardrum to the next inner ear bone, the incus.
The outer part the middle part the inner part
The oval window is part of the middle ear but in theory, yes it does separate the middle ear from the inner ear.
The ear consists of three parts. The outer part, the middle part and the inner part. in the outer part there is the ear canal, in the middle part of the ear is the eardrum the hammer the anvil and the stirrup also the semicircular canals are in the middle part of the ear. and finally in the inner part of the ear is the cochlea and the auditory nerve.
Which part of the neuron transmits information to a target cell
NO. The eardrum is the divider between the outer and middle ear chambers. The oval window is the divider between the middle and inner ear chambers.