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acoustic impedance amplitude anatomical apex auditory canal axis basilar membrane Békésy brane cavity cochlea cochlear fluid cochlear function cochlear response contraction critical damping curve demonstrated direction ductus cochlearis elastic endolymph energy experimental experiments fenestra foramen rotundum force frequency frequency-range frictional hair-cells helicotrema Helmholtz human temporal bones hydrodynamic increase incus influence inner ear inner-ear system intensity intra-tympanic muscles investigations Kobrak labyrinth labyrinthine fluid ligament low tones malleus malleus-incus mass mechanism microphones middle ear middle-ear system motion movements observed organ of Corti oscillations ossicles ossicular chain oval window perilymph Perlman phase physiological pressure pressure-gradient pressure-transformation pressure-variations propagation ratio reactance regarded resistance resonance resonance-frequency resonance-theory round window membrane scala vestibuli sinusoidal sound sound-analysis sound-conducting apparatus sound-energy sound-pressure sound-vibrations sound-waves spiral lamina stapedial stapedial footplate stapes stiffness stimulation structure temporal bones tension tensor tympani theories of hearing transmission transmitted travelling waves tympanic membrane various velocity wave-lengths Wever whereas