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electric organ

an organ that is capable of giving an electric shock to any organism coming in contact with it, and occurring particularly in ELASMOBRANCH fish such as rays.
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Ruel has shown skills playing the electric organ and food preparation in the kitchen.
The electric organs in eels are incredibly sophisticated; they're far better at generating power than we are," Mayer said.
The numbfishes (Narcinidae, Torpediniformes) consist of four genera and about 18 species of small to medium sized benthic elasmobranchs with electric organs in the disc (McEachran & Carvalho 2002).
Washington, June 27 ( ANI ): Researchers have sequenced the genome of the electric eel, which has revealed how fishes with electric organs evolved six times in the history of life to produce electricity outside of their bodies.
And now they are inviting families to help put the finishing touches on more than a year of work to clean fridges, mattresses, wheel barrows, carpets, and even a Yamaha electric organ from the waterway.
On the album, Petunia displays his talents on both acoustic and electric guitars, piano, electric organ and ukulele in addition to singing and songwriting.
We had a choice of playing his electric organ in the front room or listening to his stories in the back room overlooking a lawn with croquet markers.
Retro-tinged soul songs juxtaposed with hardened lyrics of city life are the Irish-British rapper's speciality - in Sometimes, he sings about growing up in Stoke Newington, where he was bullied, whereas I Need is a haunting reflection of days gone by with its backing of strings, drums and electric organ.
Led Zep's John Paul Jones whiles away the hours by playing the jet's electric organ
on his electric organ, but we can delay things, go another time, take the long view.
By GI request, the Three Suns--somehow one of the more popular groups of the day with its all-instrumental lineup of cheesy electric organ, accordion, and guitar--put an unparalleled spin on the ballad "These Are the Things I love.
They include allosteric receptors from electric organ to cognition, adverse effects of man-made materials interfacing with the nano-cosmos of biological systems, the role of clock genes in pharmacology, the discovery and development of therapeutic aptamers, mechanisms of cell protection by heme oxygenase-1, circadian timing in cancer treatments, economic opportunities and challenges for pharmacogenomics, and tissue renin-angiotensin-aldersterone systems as targets for pharmacological therapy.