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Movement of the hair cells along the basilar membrane: A) allows us to sense our body's position and movement. B) causes the olfactory bulb to send signals to the primary smell cortex. C) initiates transduction and the transmission of neural messages to the auditory cortex. D) stimulates the taste receptor cells and helps us to distinguish between different taste sensations. E) produces large-fiber activity in the spinal cord that closes the “gate” so we don't feel pain.

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    basilar membrane in the ear, so C

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    C

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