The motility of the outer hair cells serves to: A. amplify the vibration of the basilar membrane and sharpen the

The motility of the outer hair cells serves to: A. amplify the vibration of the basilar membrane and sharpen the peak of the traveling wave. B. create pressure changes in the fluid inside the cochlea that flatten the peak of the traveling wave. C. decrease the responding of the inner hair cells. D. slow down the movement rate of the traveling wave


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