Pollination and Fertilisation

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Pollination and Fertilisation Standard Grade Biology
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Pollination Self-pollination Pollen from the  anther is  transferred to the  stigma
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Cross Pollination Pollen from the anther of one plant is transferred  to the the stigma of a different plant
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Feature Reason small petals, often brown or dull green  no need to attract insects no scent no need to attract insects no nectar no need to attract insects pollen produced in great quantities because most does not reach another flower pollen very light and smooth  so it can be blown in the wind  anthers loosely attached and dangle out to release pollen into the wind  stigma hangs outside the flower  to catch the drifting pollen stigma feathery or net like to catch the drifting pollen  Wind Pollinated Flowers
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Wind/Insect Pollination
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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