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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If a shopper needs a flame bulb for her dining room light fixture or a floodlight for her patio, can she find it in your store?
As a second tier, Jay Pomeroy, GE marketing communications manager, recommends adding decorative flame bulbs for chandeliers, globe bulbs for vanity and bathroom fixtures, PAR outdoor foodlights and indoor reflector lights.
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.