The Martians had what appears to have been an auditory organ
, a single round drum at the back of the head-body, and eyes with a visual range not very different from ours except that, according to Philips, blue and violet were as black to them.
It had been, of course, impossible for me to communicate with her since she had no auditory organs
and I no knowledge of her fourth-dimension, sixth-sense method of communication.
Striking most disagreeably on Clifford's auditory organs
and the characteristic sensibility of his nerves, it caused him to start upright out of his chair.
Among the topics are the development of the auditory organ
(Johnston's organ) in Drosophila, planar cell polarity in the cochlea, the development of mammalian primary sound localization circuits, developmental plasticity of the central auditory system: evidence from deaf children fitted with cochlear implants, and the development of vestibular systems in altered gravity.
To investigate the role of these compounds in auditory function, the authors engineered a line of fruit flies that expressed an overactive diaphanous protein in the insects' auditory organ
The results are the first in vitro renewable stem cell system derived from the human auditory organ
and have the potential for a variety of applications, such as studying the development of human cochlear neurons and hair cells, as models for drug screening and helping to develop cell-based therapies for deafness," said the authors.
Co-first author Benjamin Arthur, a postdoctoral researcher in Hoy's laboratory, placed electrodes in the mosquitoes' auditory organ
in their antennae during playback to measure physiological responses of the mosquitoes to the sounds of potential mates.
Their hearing and auditory organs
are comparatively simple and they can only hear at very narrow frequencies, which are not thought to be used for navigation.
In our work, we are interested in the effect of altitude on the auditory organs
of animals, a subject that is seldom investigated.
Our investigations are focused on questioning whether insects at the small end of the biometric range (millimeter and less) can be endowed with auditory organs
, whether they can be directionally sensitive, and if so, what mechanisms are responsible for such directionality?
Their auditory organs
are on the forelegs, on the back of the thorax or on the abdomen.
In light of the variety of past research results and documents on the subject, it is thus considered that there exists no possibility of any harmful physical effect on the auditory organs