they are in your thorat which vibrate when to speak to make a noise
they don't sing like male frogs do if that's what you're asking
No, you don't. The sound is made by the air going through your lips and has no relationship to the vocal cords.
you have vocal cords to produce your voice
the vocal cords are in the larynx
Speech therapists will tell you that the vocal cords are not affected by whistling. The whistle, itself being made by the way you vary the air through your lips , may not affect your vocal cords, but you can't whistle without passing air over your vocal cords.
Vocal cords help you talk.
what kind of tissue is the made of
The female vocal cords are thinner and shorter than the male vocal cords
The larynx has two folds, the upper vestibular folds (false vocal cords) and the lower vocal cords (true vocal cords).Note: There are comments associated with this question. See the discussion page to add to the conversation.Read more: What_contains_the_vocal_cords
yes the larynx contain 2 types of vocal cords 1st: true vocal cords ( for ur question ) 2nd: False valse vocal cords
Your vocal cords are inside your larynx. What you sound like when you speak or sing is partly determined by the thickness of your vocal cords.