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The organs of static equilibrium are located within two expanded chambers called the (BLANK) and the saccule. utricle
All of the balance organs are located within the (BLANK) bones of the skull. temporal
The receptor cells of these organs are found in the wall of the membranous labyrinth in a structure called the macula
Otoliths are small grains composed of calcium carbonate
Sensory impulses travel from the organs of equilibrium to the brain on the (BLANK) nerve vestibulocochlear, vestibular
The sensory organ of a semicircular canal lies within a swelling of the canal called the ampulla
The sensory organ within the ampulla of a semicircular canal is called a crista ampullaris
The (BLANK) of this sensory organ consists of a dome-shaped gelatinous mass. Capula
When the head is moved, the fluid inside the membranous portion of a semicircular canal tends to remain stationary because of the (BLANK) of the fluid. Inertia
Parts of the (BLANK) of the brain interpret impulses from the equilibrium receptors. Cerebellum
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