Nonlinear mechanics at the apex of the guinea-pig cochlea

@article{Cooper1995NonlinearMA,
  title={Nonlinear mechanics at the apex of the guinea-pig cochlea},
  author={Nigel P Cooper and William S. Rhode},
  journal={Hearing Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={82},
  pages={225-243}
}
A heterodyne laser interferometer was used to observe the sound-evoked displacement patterns of Reissner's membrane and various other structures in the apical turn of the guinea-pig cochlea. Most structures (including the basilar membrane) were similarly tuned, and had best frequencies in the 200-350Hz range. A distinct notch was usually observed approximately 0.7 octaves above the best frequency, and amplitude- and phase-plateaus were observed at higher frequencies. In most other respects… CONTINUE READING

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