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Photophore

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photophore

1. A lamp with reflector used in laryngoscopy and in the examination of other internal parts of the body.

2. In bacteriology, the organ producing intracellular bioluminescence in certain organisms.

Origin: photo-_ G. Phoros, bearing Organs that are capable of generating light.