Definition:

Pollination is a process that leads to sexual fertilization in plants. In the process of pollination, pollen grains of one plant are transferred and carried to the flower of another plant of same species. The pollen grains are either taken by air or by sticking to legs and wings of bees and other insects.

How pollination works:

Pollination is a very important process. The process of pollination begins in the male part of the flower. A flower of a pollinating plant has very important parts that take affective steps in the overall process of the fertilization. The parts of the flower that participate in the process of fertilization are

Stigma

Anther

Pollen

Stamen

Ovule

Pistil

Pollination in vegetative plants:

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