Organ of Corti is the center part of the cochlea, containing hair cells, canals, and membranes. It is the major structure of the cochlear partition, containing the basilar membrane, the tectorial membrane, and the receptors for hearing.

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Cochlea is the structure in the inner ear containing auditory receptors . It is the snail-shaped, liquid-filled . . . Read More
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