The vestibular sense.
The inner ear includes the three semicircular canals. They (plus the base of each called the ampullaris) are involved in: 1. Static Equilibrium is in the ampulla which contains the sense for position of head when body is not moving. Static balance is associated with the vestibule and is involved in evaluating the position of the head relative to gravity. Tiny stones called otholiths on a membrane filled with hairs cause this sensation. The system also responds to linear acceleration or deceleration, such as when a person is in a car that is increasing or decreasing speed. 2. Dynamic Equilibrium is in the semicircular canals which senses rotation and movement of head and body. Dynamic balance is associated with the semicircular canals and is involved in evaluating changes in the direction and rate of head movements and doesn't use gravity. The semicircular canals detect changes in the rate of movement rather than movement alone because displacement of the cupula is most intense when the rate of head movement changes rapidly. As with the static balance, the information the brain obtains regarding dynamic balance is largely subconscious.
The 'vestibules' and semicircular canals of the inner ear are responsible for the sense of balance most animals have. Specifically, different fluids found in these stimulate motion sensors, which send the signals to the brain.
nature and nurture
Birmingham has the most canals out of any European city.
Nature versus nurture
the Botseenerik and fertiy canals are the most famouse
Longboats are most usually associated with canals
Birmingham has more miles of canals than Venice.
Venice I think
Relevant is defined as: bearing upon or connected with the matter in hand; So, most relevant would be something that has the most useful connection with the subject you are talking about.
There are numerous canals in the world that are considered prestigious. For example, the Stockholm canals. Stockholm is located in Sweden. Because Stockholm in constructed on 14 islands, it consists of many boats and canals. Some of the most famous canals in the world, however, belong to Venice. There are over 150 canals in Venice, making water a central mean of transportation.