Any of various unicellular green algae of the genus Chlorella, easily cultured and often used in studies of photosynthesis and other experiments.(noun)
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Use "chlorella" in a sentence
"In addition, one should take chlorella, which is a single-celled algae that is loaded with easily assimilable vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants."
"Other invaluable fortifying foods are algae of all kinds (such as chlorella and spirulina), lecithin, brewers yeast, and fresh bakers yeast."
"The writer mentioned some tiny one-celled water plants called chlorella - ""