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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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All animals emit weak electrical charges, via their muscles, just by moving, but electric animals also have special electric organs.
Species differences in effect on electroreceptor input on electric organ pacemakers and others aspects of behavior in electric fish.
Other activities in which Charlie participated were cooking in the Royal Sussex Regiment, car dealing, humping coal, running a pub, supplying horses to the Ministry of Works and tinkering around (badly) on an electric organ.
The African electric fish Gymnarchus generates electric organ discharges at an individually fixed frequency for electrolocation.
For the electric organ, the editors picture the Hammond as the most famous type in two views, neither of which has a pedal keyboard.
She tutors electric organ, but most of her free time she divides between swimming and skiing and tennis, so she's trim and always tanned.
The songs by Stephen Flaherty are standard-issue Broadway ballads with a calypso beat tacked on after the manner of an electric organ that has a built-in rhythmizer that can turn any melody into a samba.
The band formed in 1965 -- when Morrison and Manzarek were film students at UCLA -- with a sound that was dominated by Manzarek's electric organ and Morrison's deep, sonorous voice with which he sang his highly poetic lyrics.
McCartney performed YestY erday solo on an electric organ.
It had an electric organ which rose, as if by magic, from below screen level and was visible to the whole audience.
The two species are separated on the basis of their electric organ discharges.
Visitors to the listed house were greeted by a near lifesize figure of the American tap dancer and actor Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, sitting at an electric organ with dummy pipes.