chlorella

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Etymology[edit]

A use as a common noun of the genus name Chlorella.

Noun[edit]

chlorella (plural chlorellae or chlorellas)

  1. Any single-celled green alga, of the genus Chlorella, found especially in stagnant water; now produced commercially as a food supplement.
    • 2002, Paul Pitchford, Healing with Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition, North Atlantic Books (ISBN 9781556434716), page 233
      Many people use chlorella for a nutrient factor isolated in the 1950s and not available in other green foods: "Chlorella Growth Factor" (CGF). CGF is related to the special nature of chlorella's nucleic acid. The nucleic acid in the human body  ...

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

chlōrella f (genitive chlōrellae); first declension

  1. chlorella

Inflection[edit]

First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative chlōrella chlōrellae
genitive chlōrellae chlōrellārum
dative chlōrellae chlōrellīs
accusative chlōrellam chlōrellās
ablative chlōrellā chlōrellīs
vocative chlōrella chlōrellae