The Chorda Tympani and Middle Ear in Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals

  title={The Chorda Tympani and Middle Ear in Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals},
  • Published 2006
A GREAT deal has been written of late years about the development and homology of the columella auris of reptiles and the chain of auditory ossicles of mammals; a mass of evidence has gradually been gathered from all sides supporting the view put forward by Reichert that the stapes and the columella are derived from the dorsal end of the hyoid arch, and that the incus and malleus, derived from the mandibular arch, correspond to the quadrate and articular. In the search for evidence not only has… CONTINUE READING


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