Electro-physiology

Definition of Electro-physiology

E`lec`tro-phys`i`ol´o`gy
n.1.(Physiol.) That branch of physiology which treats of electric phenomena produced through physiological agencies; it is especially concerned with electrical impulses generated by and conducted between nerves.
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