Davis battery model of transduction

Davis battery model of transduction

(dā'vĭs),
a concept in which the positive endocochlear potential and the negative intracellular potential of the hair cells provide the electromotive force to pass current through the cuticular plate of the organ of Corti.

Da·vis bat·tery mo·del of trans·duc·tion

(dā'vis băt'ěr-ē mod'ĕl tranz-dŭk'shŭn)
A concept in which the positive endocochlear potential and the negative intracellular potential of the hair cells provide the electromotive force to pass current through the reticular lamina of the organ of Corti.
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