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SEM Micrograph of stereocilia on outer ear : Stock Photo
Stereocilia on an outer hair cell within the cochlea. The outer hair cells are involved in sound amplification, rather than nerve transmission to the brain, 18000x based on a 100 by 125 mm print. Each cell is approximately the size of a red blood cell

SEM Micrograph of stereocilia on outer ear

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Stereocilia on an outer hair cell within the cochlea. The outer hair cells are involved in sound amplification, rather than nerve transmission to the brain, 18000x based on a 100 by 125 mm print. Each cell is approximately the size of a red blood cell
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