Anatomy of the Ear: responsible for both hearing and equilibrium
Indicate whether the given structure is more involved with hearing or equilibrium:
Pinna Basiliar membrane
Cochlear nerve Round window
Otolithic membrane Cristae
Vestibule Semicircular canals
Pharyngotympanic tube Spiral organ
Tensor tympani muscle Utricle
Maculae Vestibular nerve
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