By Charles I Berlin, Richard P. Bobbin
This is often the 6th ebook within the Kresge - Mirmelstein Award sequence. every one ebook within the sequence is produced from the court cases from this annual symposium held to honor the paintings of a superb auditory scientist. This quantity honors the paintings of Dr. David Corey for his discoveries on hair phone micromechanics. different members comprise top auditory scientists and characterize a synthesis of the newest details and considering on hair cells and their auditory functionality.
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Hair Cell Micromechanics & Hearing (Singular Audiology Text.) by Charles I Berlin, Richard P. Bobbin