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Cochlea is the coiled portion of the labyrinth. The inner ear contains the cochlea that is essential to hearing. It is a coiled tube consisting of three fluid-filled chambers that are separated by membranes.

Cochlea of the inner ear converts the sound to action potentials.

Organ of Corti rests on the bottom membrane in the cochlea.

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