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  • noun Plural form of stereocilium.

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  • For example, you can hear the phone ring because sound waves vibrate hairlike projections (called stereocilia) that extend from cells in your inner nervous system.

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  • For example, you can hear the phone ring because sound waves vibrate hairlike projections (called stereocilia) that extend from cells in your inner [[ear]].

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  • For example, you can hear the phone ring because sound waves vibrate hairlike projections (called stereocilia) that extend from cells in your inner nervous system.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • For example, you can hear the phone ring because sound waves vibrate hairlike projections (called stereocilia) that extend from cells in your inner [[ear]].

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • The cells contain tiny clumps of hairlike projections, known as stereocilia, which are arranged in rows by height.

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  • The cells contain tiny clumps of hairlike projections, known as stereocilia, which are arranged in rows by height.

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  • The cells are adorned with height-ordered hair-like projections called stereocilia, which, when deflected toward the tallest member, set in motion a series of events that decodes sounds into a neural code.

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  • - called stereocilia - from the original hair cells.

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  • The cells in the inner ear have hair-like projections, called stereocilia.

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  • When sound vibrations reach the stereocilia, the vibrations are converted into a signal that can be interpreted in the brain as sound.

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