7 edition of Biophysics of the ear found in the catalog.
|Statement||by F.L. Dittrich, in collaboration with R.C. Extermann. With a pref. by G.F. Greiner.|
|Series||American lecture series ;, publication no. 547|
|LC Classifications||QP461 .D55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 189 p.|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||63012301|
The biophysics of hearing in the inner ear is explained. Then, there is a necessarily brief discussion of the various auditory disorders you might encounter in a patient. Which elides into how to objectively characterise normal and atypical hearing. Over the years, there have been quite a few methods devised and you need to be familiar with Reviews: Foundations of Biophysics serves as an introductory textbook for physical science students to the principles and problems of the life sciences. The book offers to teach physical science students the basic vocabulary of the life sciences and the applications of physics and chemistry to a wide range of biological problems.
Mundie JR () The impedance of the ear — a variable quantity. In: Fletcher JL (ed) Middle ear function seminar, U.S. Army medical research lab, Fort Knox, Kentucky Google Scholar Nedzelnitsky V () Sound pressures in the basal turn of the cat cochlea. Reduced phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate synthesis impairs inner ear calcium signaling and high-frequency hearing acquisition. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci U S A. Aug 28; (35), F. Mammano, F. Anselmi. Inner ear connexins, intercellular signalling and deafness. Audiological Medicine ,
Here again biophysics will make unique, important contributions, in terms of new concepts, new theories, and new experimental and computational tools. In the 21 st century, dramatic progress can be anticipated in early diagnoses and treatments of cancer, Alzheimer's, and other diseases, in the development of biologically inspired materials. "The book is well crafted, linking the historic work of the 'giants', e.g. Helmholtz with his seminal view of vision and hearing, with latest and trendy research, exemplified by the use of information theory in biology."—Robert Endres, Biological Physics Group Newsletter "This book is full of insights that were new to me.
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Biophysics of the ear, (American lecture series) Hardcover – January 1, by F. L Dittrich (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: F. L Dittrich. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dittrich, F.L. Biophysics of the ear. Springfield, Ill., Thomas [©] (OCoLC) Document Type. In addition, biophysics allows you to understand how people receive and analyze the pressure waves absorbed by the ear.
The body has five senses, hearing being one of them. Your ear allows you to hear the pressure waves produced by others and any noise in the frequency range of 20 hertz to 20, hertz. An illustration of an open book.
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Click Download or Read Online button to get biophysics of the cochlea book now. This site is like a library, Use search box. The book ends with an annotated bibliography where important references about theory and experiments are listed.
A complementary book with a traditional exposition of Biophysics is that of Dr. Roland Glaser (now in its 2-nd edition).Reviews: 4. In contrast to the self-evident impact that diseases of the eye and ear have upon vision and hearing respectively, many patients and doctors find it much more difficult to understand which complaints are exclusively associated with dysfunction of the vestibular labyrinth.
The traditional view that vertigo is the major vestibular symptom of peripheral vestibular function disturbance. The Auditory Periphery: Biophysics and Physiology is an attempt to provide comprehensive and detailed information regarding biophysics and physiology in terms of the peripheral auditory system.
Eight detailed chapters are presented in the book where the first and last serve as introduction and summary. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
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Summary of this volume: Held every three years, the international Mechanics of Hearing workshop provides an intimate setting to present and discuss the most recent findings and theories of peripheral auditory function.
With the aim of promoting the advancement and integration of experimental and theoretical studies of the mechanics of hearing, the workshop. The use of methods from the physical sciences to aid in the study of biological systems.
Note that biophysics questions are only allowed if they are mainly about physics. The ear drum picks up weak vibrations over a large area. The ossicles then act like a lever system, concentrating vibrations over the smaller area of the oval window.
Gating: Muscles in the middle ear are able to reduce the transmission efficiency of the ossicles in order to protect the inner ear from loud sounds. Bialek then applies these principles to a broad range of phenomena, including the control of gene expression, perception and memory, protein folding, the mechanics of the inner ear, the dynamics of biochemical reactions, and pattern formation in developing ing numerous problems and exercises throughout, Biophysics emphasizes.
For a new generation of physicists, the phenomena of life pose exciting challenges to physics itself, and biophysics has emerged as an important subfield of this discipline.
Here, William Bialek provides the first graduate-level introduction to biophysics aimed at physics students. A crucial event in the hearing process is the transduction of mechanical stimuli into electrical signals by hair cells, the sensory receptors of the internal ear.
Stimulation results in the rapid opening of ionic channels in the mechanically sensitive organelles of these cells, their hair bundles. These transduction channels, which are nonselectively permeable, are directly. Edel division specialized in EarBooks.
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You may have heard the term sound range, but sound waves can also be above audible range (ultrasonic) and below audible range (infrasonic).
An audiophile is only interested in sound waves in the audible range. Vertigo, dizziness, and imbalance rank amongst the most common presenting symptoms in neurology, ENT, geriatric medicine, and general practice. These symptoms can originate from many different organs and systems, such as the inner ear, general medical conditions, neurological and psychological disorders.
The Oxford Textbook of Vertigo and. A comprehensive review about the spiral ganglion neurons is important for researchers not only in the inner ear field but also in development, neuroscience, biophysics as well as neural networks researchers.
The chapters are authored by leading researchers in the field. 1. Introduction. Biological mechanosensation is at the basis of many fundamental human functions such as touch perception, proprioception, organ development, osmotic homeostasis, hearing and equilibrioception, blood pressure regulation, bone remodeling and other physiological processes, but little is known about the molecular identity of the mechano .1 Option I: Medical physics (22 hours) [unfinished].
I1 The ear and hearing. I Describe the basic structure of the human ear.  I State and explain how sound pressure variations in air are changed into larger pressure variations in the cochlear fluid.  I State the range of audible frequencies experienced by a person with normal hearing.This book could be useful to the doctors, scientific researchers in the medicine area, to students of medical faculties and everyone who are interested in the human biophysics.
Authors Biography Volobuev Andrey Nikolaevich of birth. Has graduated from the Moscow (Russia) Higer Technical School.