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electric organ

[i¦lek·trik ′ȯr·gən]
(vertebrate zoology)
An organ consisting of rows of electroplaques which produce an electric discharge.
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Additionally, spike activity and electric organ discharges were in some cases recorded as analog signals on a Vetter Model B reel-to-reel instrumentation tape recorder.
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.
As for the Empire Cinema, of which I will be writing more later, she says: "We loved the Empre Cinema with its electric organ that rose from the floor and kept changing colours.'' One of her clearest memories is of when "King George and Queen Mary and the four princes came to Cardiff.
Also with Snake, adding to the atmosphere, were Simon Golding, bass guitar, Paul Birchill, electric organ and Brian Hargreaves on drums.
While Katie grew up playing the electric organ and played in the percussion section of an orchestra, she says previous musical experience is not necessary to learn how to drum.
A sweet and godly choir practised in a grey church to an electric organ's rhythm.
A man came on dressed as a nun on a mobility scooter decked out with an electric organ. It was right up my street, so I got up on stage and had a ride on his organ.
He enjoyed playing the electric organ and restoring old cars.
The retronym "acoustic music" appeared after the advent of electric instruments, such as the electric guitar,electric violin, electric organ and synthesizer.
Jason Gallant, MSU zoologist and co-lead author of the paper, said it's truly exciting to find that complex structures like the electric organ, which evolved completely independently in six groups of fish, seem to share the same genetic toolkit.