flame bulb

flame bulb

[′flām ‚bəlb]
(invertebrate zoology)
The enlarged terminal part of the flame cell of a protonephridium, consisting of a tuft of cilia.
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Of combination-type lighting sources, the best is a table lamp with a three-way bulb (50-100-150 watts) and lighting that has "nightlight" features, such as two small side flame bulbs.