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bioelectricity

A term referring to the low-power electromagnetic currents which are normally produced by living systems—in particular, the flow of such currents through nerves and muscles n the form of action potentials.
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bioelectricity

A general term for the low-power electric currents that normally flow within nerves and muscles
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bi·o·e·lec·tric·i·ty

(bī'ō-ĕ-lek-tris'i-tē)
Of or relating to electric phenomena in living organisms.
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