THE FLOWER: POLLINATION
Pollination consists in the transfer of pollen from the male part of a plant to the female part of the same plant or much more frequently from the male plant of a plant to the female part of another one belonging to the same species. This process can be carried out in the following ways:
Animal pollination: it is done by certain animals, like insects, birds, which carry pollen stuck in their bodies. Plants included in this group are very conspicuous, with http://www.botanical-online.com/floral structures and colours spe cially evolved to attract the animals they are pollinated by. Bees are the main pollinators of this group.
The most common way of pollination is that one performed by animals. In an illustrated way it could be explained as follows:
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1) Most of the flowers bearing conspicuous flowers have the following pollination:
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