lab 33

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the organs of static equilibrium are located within two expanded chambers called the

utricle and saccule

all of balance organs are located in what bone of skull

temporal

the receptor cells of these organs are found in wall of membranous labyrinth in structure called

macula

otoiliths are small grains responsible for

equilibrium

what are otoiths made of

calcium carbonate

sensory impulses travel from organs of equilibrium to brain on what nerve

vestibulococchlear nerve

the sensory organ of semicircular canal lies within swealling of the canal called the

ampulla

the sensory organ within ampulla of semicircular canal is called a

crista ampullaris

what consists of a dome shaped gelatinous mass

cupula

what causes the head to be moved and fluid inside membraneous portion of semicircular canal to remain stationary?

inertia of the fluid

what part of brain interprets impulses from equilibrium receptors

cerebellum

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