Where is the flower's pollination stored before pollination?

Answer Before pollination, the pollen grains are stored in the anthers (male part) of the plant. During pollination, an insect (such as a bee) flies to the flower for nectar and some pollen from the anth... Read More »

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Some angiosperm flowers are capable of self pollination However when they are pollinated by bees plants receive a benefit they cannot achieve on their own What is this benefit?

When angiosperms are pollinated by bees, the pollen which they receive is usually from a different plant. By pollinating the flower with pollen from a different plant, the bees are increasing the g... Read More »

What are the agents of pollination?

There are basically two types of pollination- Biotic and Abiotic. Biotic Pollination is through the insects, some birds and animals, etc. Some examples could be like moths, bats, hummingbirds, butt... Read More »

What Is Cross-Pollination?

Cross-pollination, according to the U.S. Forest Service, is the process by which the pollen from one plant moves to the stigma of another plant, by insect or wind. However, when used by gardeners a... Read More »

The Pollination of Vegetables in Greenhouses?

Pollination involves transferring pollen from the male parts to the female parts of flowers to fertilize the plant, which ensures that it can bear fruit. Some varieties of plant are self-fertile an... Read More »