Fly Pollination

Fly Pollination - Presentation By: Ramneek Manchanda,...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/09 Fly Pollination Presentation By: Ramneek Manchanda, Keshav Poddar, David Mathai, Nikhil Koganti
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5/7/09 Biotic Pollination 200,000 biotic pollinators Entomophily Flies, bees, ants, butterflies Brightly colored Scented Nectar Pollen grains Large
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5/7/09 Syngamy Cross-pollination Pollen is delivered to a flower of a different plant Adaptation- taller stamen and carpels for better reception of “foreign” pollen and also to spread pollen more efficiently and farther to other flowers
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5/7/09 Autogamy Self-pollination Pollen moves to the female part of the same flower or it moves to a different flower on the same plant No external pollinators Adaptation- stamen is actually in contact with the pistil in order to administer the transfer of pollen to the same flower
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5/7/09 Hybridization Process of breeding or selection to produce desirable characteristics not found or inconsistently present in the
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2008 for the course BIOL 1740 taught by Professor Hughes during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.

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