Three Ways Flowers Get Pollinated?

Answer Pollination is the fertilization process in which pollen produced in the male part of a flower, called the stamen, is transferred to the top of the female part of a flower, called the pistil, to cr... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Three Ways Flowers Get Pollinated

Why do flowers need to be pollinated?

Just like animals, many plants reproduce sexually, combining DNA from both males and females. They do this by pollinating, depositing pollen from male reproductive structure, the anther, to the fem... Read More »

Bat Pollinated Flowers?

Among the most valuable animals that pollinate flowers are bats. Approximately one-third of various bat species---e.g., fruit bats, flying foxes and leaf-nosed bats---frequent flower patches at nig... Read More »

The Flowers Pollinated by Bats?

Flowers are pollinated by the pretty--such as the hummingbird, the traditional--such as bees and the freaky--such as bats. Bat-pollinated flowers usually open at night, grow several inches wide, bl... Read More »

Bee-Pollinated Flowers & Petunias?

Bees see yellow, blue and colors in the ultraviolet range. Some flowers that appear solidly colored to people guide bees to their fragrant nectar with ultraviolet patterns. Others, including snapdr... Read More »