The receptor and neuron distribution in the cochlea of the bat, Taphozous kachhensis.

Abstract

Cochlear receptors and spiral ganglion neurons in the inner ear of the bat, Taphozous kachhensis of the family Emballonuridae, were quantitatively analyzed on the basis of surface specimen technique, histological sections, and three-dimensional computer reconstruction. The length of the basilar membrane was 12.1 (+/- 0.4) mm. There were about 23,000 neurons… (More)

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