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Bioelectricity

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Bioelectricity or Bioelectrogenesis is the generation of electricity by living organisms, a phenomenon that belongs to the science of electrophysiology. This phenomenon allows, plants, insects and fish and larger life-forms to glow or produce electrical discharges.

Spider-Woman

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Spider-Woman's body possesses an inordinate amount of bio-electricity that she has learned to channel and discharge through her hands, in controlled bursts of what she calls "Venom Blasts". These energy projections vary in power; they mostly affect the nervous system in humans. Spider-Woman can regulate them from simply a stun to potent enough to kill an average-sized man in the same way that a lightning bolt could kill him.

Miles Morales

Miles Morales (Earth-1610) from Ultimate Comics Spider-Man Vol 2 2 0002

Venom Strike

Spider-Man (Miles Morales) can temporarily paralyze his enemies or destroy technology by simply touching them with his hands. However, it seems that there are varying degrees to this ability as some opponents have been simply dazed where others have been completely incapacitated. It also seems more effective on people with genetic alterations, such as the Green Goblin and Venom. This power provides a great advantage as Miles can end a confrontation quickly with little collateral damage.

Namor

Namor can discharge bio-electricity similar to an electric eel, but seldom uses it. He seems to be able to absorb certain energies and convert them into bio-electricity; blasts similar to his own such as from the Wasp seem easiest to absorb. It would appear that he needs to absorb energy from outside sources to produce a charge.

Wasp

Dr. Henry Pym develops a process were Janet van Dyne the Wasp could generate powerful bio-electric blasts from her hands derived directly from her bio-electricity. They have been shown to be capable of cutting through high-density structures and is able to cause extreme pain to superhumanly strong and highly durable beings. He later altered his own physiology when he became the Wasp allowing him to manipulate his own bio-energy.

Chi/Qi

The mystical version of it is known as Chi. Some people have been able to train themselves to enhance their minds and bodies. Many martial artist have some level of skill in Chi manipulation.

Inhumans

Some Inhumans who have been through Terrigenesis bodies have been altered so their bodies that allow them to produce and control and electrical charge such as Nahrees,

Mutants

Many Mutants; X-Gene has altered their bodies that allow them to produce vast amount of electrical energy. Some are able to absorb extra from an external source, such as Storm, Berserker

Surge

Noriko Ashida (Earth-616) from New X-Men Vol 2 31 0001

Surge mutant powers allow her to absorb electricity from the air and near by devices. She can't control the absorption, and thus must wear specifically-designed Power Gauntlets at all times to regulate it. She can discharge the energy through lightning blasts from her hands or other parts of her body. If Noriko doesn't discharge the electricity that builds in her body and mind, causing her mind to race, making her speak very fast and in a jittery, electronic fashion, worsens her control over her discharges, and radically alters the electrical impulses in her nervous system.

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