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  • noun Plural form of statolith.

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Examples

  • Humans have something called statoliths, three semicircular canals within the ear that detect the speed and direction of our bodies, or even different parts of our bodies in relation to one another.

    I’m Working on That

  • Humans have something called statoliths, three semicircular canals within the ear that detect the speed and direction of our bodies, or even different parts of our bodies in relation to one another.

    I’m Working on That

  • Humans have something called statoliths, three semicircular canals within the ear that detect the speed and direction of our bodies, or even different parts of our bodies in relation to one another.

    I’m Working on That

  • Humans have something called statoliths, three semicircular canals within the ear that detect the speed and direction of our bodies, or even different parts of our bodies in relation to one another.

    I’m Working on That

  • The statocysts in such creatures open to the outside world through narrow apertures, and the statoliths are not bits of calcium carbonate but are, rather, sand particles the creature actually places within the statocysts.

    The Human Brain

  • Unai Markaida of the Colegio de la Frontera Sur, Campeche, described these animals and analyzed a few statoliths that suggested the squid had matured at a younger age than normal.

    Scientific American

  • We've been catching small squid and testing them in our life-support system and experimental setup, studying them in Brad's respirometry experiments, tabulating their size and sexual maturity, collecting stomachs to analyze diet, and saving statoliths to determine age back in the lab.

    Scientific American

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