Hair cells in cochlea - stock photo

The minute clusters of hair cells populate the spiral cochlea in mammals and detect sounds transmitted to the inner ear. Below these hair cells are connections to the auditory nerve.
The minute clusters of hair cells populate the spiral cochlea in mammals and detect sounds transmitted to the inner ear. Below these hair cells are connections to the auditory nerve.
Hair cells in cochlea
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