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  • adjective (Physiol.) Of or pertaining to electrogenesis.

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  • adjective pf or pertaining to electrogenesis


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electro- + -genic


  • Each electrogenic cell carries a negative charge of a little less than 100 millivolts on its outside compared to its inside.

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  • It is an electrogenic fish, generating a weak electric field that is apparently used in navigation, sensing its surroundings, and in communication (the fish use eletrical pulses to send signals to other elephantnoses).

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  • The work showed that "any convenient electrogenic protein can be used for regenerative medicine approaches, not just the ones that are natively expressed in the host," Levin says.

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  • Pilus Energy - Harnesses genetically enhanced bacteria in scalable electrogenic bioreactor and harvests the electricity and biogases from their metabolism of organics like those found in wastewater.


  • Larval motor neurons had a long-lasting, sodium-dependent afterhyperpolarization (AHP) following bursts of action potentials that was mediated by the electrogenic activity of Na

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  • One of the main projects proposed at the Ghana meeting would use mirrors to concentrate sunlight and boil water to drive electrogenic turbines.



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