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What is sensory receptor for hearing?

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Cochlea
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The activation of specialized mechanoreceptors in the inner ear generates
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C) Cochlea. The vibrations (of sound) are transmitted from the tympanic membrane, to the ossicles, to the cochlea. The cochlea then transfers the information to the vestibulocochlear
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Statoreceptors----balancing Phonoreceptors----hearing
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