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- noun Any of a series of sensory cells or organs in certain fish, such as sharks and electric eels, that detect electric fields and are often located on the head and along the lateral line.
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- noun a
cellor organresponsible for electroreception
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electro- + receptor
Fricke: They have a giant electroreceptor in their head, called the rostral organ.