n. pl. [Gr. chloros, yellow-green; -agogue, that which stimulates; soma, body]
Yellowish-brown or greenish globules formed in chloragogen cells.

Online Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology. . 2005.

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  • Chloragogen cells — are cells in at least some annelids that function similarly to the liver in vertebrates. They store glycogen and neutralize toxins.These are yellowish in colour due to the presence of yellowish granules called chloragosomes and are present in… …   Wikipedia

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