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 Where is the pollen in a flower?

Answer Pollen is in the anther of the flower in sacs. When the sacs release the pollen to the outside of the anther, insects brush up against the pollen when they enter the flower. The insect will transfe... Read More »
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Do pollen grains transport genetic material from flower to flower?

Which part of the flower provides pollen?

Anthers produce flower pollen. Anthers, which are pollen sacs, are found on the tips of long, thin stalks, called "filaments," and they sit in the flower's center. This location makes it easy for b... Read More »
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What flower parts does pollen come from?

The stamen. I'm pretty sure that's how you spell it.
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Where is pollen produced in a flower?

Pollen is produced in the male part of the flower known as the anther. The anther is a sac attached to the filament, which is a long structure in the flower. The anther is at the end of the filamen... Read More »
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