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37 1. Introduction The ampullary electroreceptor organs of Ictalurus Sp. form a sensory system specialized to detect low-frequency electrical stimuli in the environment (Bretschneider and Peters, 1992; Dijkgraaf, 1968). The organs consist of a cavity in the skin in which about 20 electroreceptor cells of epithelial origin are situated. These electroreceptor cells are all innervated by one single afferent nerve fiber. This afferent nerve fiber is spontaneously active, which means that it generates spike activity even if the receptor organ is not stimulated electrically.
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