In mammalian ear a membranous structure which separate the scala vestibuli

In Mammalian Ear A Membranous Structure Which Separate The Scala Biology Question

In mammalian ear, a membranous structure which separate the scala vestibuli and scala media is

Options

(a) Basilar membrane
(b) Reissner’s membrane
(c) Autolith membrane
(d) Tectorial membrane

Correct Answer:

Reissner’s membrane

Explanation:

The scala vestibuli and scala media are separated by Reissner’s membrane which makes up the roof or dorsal wall of the scala media.

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Topics: Neural Control and Chemical Coordination (195)
Subject: Biology (4253)

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