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 (kə-rō′lə, -rŏl′ə)
The petals of a flower considered as a group or unit and usually of a color other than green; the inner whorl of the perianth.

[Latin corōlla, small garland, diminutive of corōna, garland; see corona.]

co·rol′late′ (-rō′lāt′, -rŏl′āt′) adj.


having or resembling a corolla
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The group has enrolled 50 local asthma patients in a study to try to corollate their symptoms with the level of pollen fragments in the air.