The placement of pollen onto the stigma of a carpel by wind or animal carriers, a prerequisite to fertilization.
when pollen is transferred to the stigma of flower's pistil leading to fertilization and seed production.
The act of transferring pollen from one plant to another.
the movement of pollen from one flower to another.
The transfer of pollen from a male reproductive structure to a female reproductive structure. Accomplished by wind, water, insects, birds, bats-or through human intervention. Cross-pollination is pollination that occurs between different varieties of plants. Managed pollination is when farmers enhance pollination to improve the yield and quality of their crops.
The transfer of pollen to the flowers of another plant.
movement of pollen from the anther to the stigma
The transfer of pollen from the anthers to the stigmas of the flowers.
Process whereby pollen is transferred from the anthers to the stigma. If the pollen unites with the ovules, the process would complete fertilization, and seeds would begin to grow. Also see Cross-Pollination, Open-Pollination and Self-Pollination.
the transfer of pollen from the male part of the plant (stamen) to the female part of the plant (stigma).
transferring pollen from male- to female flowers during fertilization.
the transfer of pollen from stigma to stamen
The process by which the ovule of a plant is fertilised by a pollen grain to produce an embryo. In flowering plants this is achieved by a pollen grain landing on the stigma of a flower, developing a pollen tube that burrows through the tissue other style and into the ovary of the flower, and the fusion of the genetic material in the ovule with the nuclei that have passed down the pollen tube. In other groups of plants, fertilisation may be less complex, but is essentially the same process of bringing together the male and female gametes to produce a diploid embryo.
The act of sprinkling the stigma of a plant with pollen.
The fertilizat ion of a flowering plant. The transfer of pollen from the anthers of one flower to the stigma of that or another flower.
Process of transferring pollen from the anther to the receptive surface (stigma) of the ovary in plants.
The process by which pollen grains move from a stamen to a pistil.
The transfer of pollen from an anther (the male reproductive organ) to a stigma (the receptive part of the female reproductive organ).
Pollinisation Bestäubung, f Polinización The transfer of the pollen to the female stigma.
The transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma (of the same or another flower). [AV
the process in which pollen of flowering plants is transferred by animals, air or water currents to the stigma for fertilisation.
The transfer of pollen from the male part of flowers (the anthers) to the female part (a stigma). The transfer is accomplished by insects.
The act of carrying pollen from the male parts to the stigma of the female parts.
transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma of the female part of the flower
The process of moving pollen from stamen to pistil.
The transfer of pollen from a plant's male to the female part of the same or a different plant.
the movement of pollen from the male part of a flower (stamens) to the female part (style and stigma); usually accomplished by wind or insects
the transfer of pollen from the pollen organ to the ovule; for example in flowering plants from stamens to the stigmatic surface of the carpel
Fertilization of a flowering plant. The transfer of pollen from the anthers of a plant to the ovaries of that or another flower.
whakahaetanga The process where pollen grows down towards an egg inside a flower.
Transfer of pollen from pollen sac to stigma or conelet.
Fertilization of a flower by a bee. The bee collects pollen from one flower on her legs and transfers it to other flowers when she lands on them.
the process that transfers pollen grains from the stamen (male part of a flower) to the stigma (female part).
the transfer of pollen from a stamen to a pistil. Often enhanced by environmental manipulation , plant movement through shaking or vibrating or the introduction of bees into the growing area
The transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma of a flower.
The transfer of pollen from the anthers to the stigma by a pollinating agent such as wind, insects, birds, bats, or in a few cases the opening of the flower itself.
Fertilization of the embryo by pollen.
the transfer of pollen in a flower from the stamen to the pistil (male to female).
The moving of pollen from the male to the female parts of a flower
Transfer of pollen from an anther to a receptive stigma pad.
the transfer of pollen from one flower to another that is required for plants to reproduce.
To transfer pollen from the anther of a stamen to the stigma of a pistil, resulting in fertilization. This can occur either on a single plant (self-pollination) or between different plants. Insect pollination and wind pollination are two examples of natural pollination. .
the movement of pollen from a stamen to a pistil by pollinators (birds or insects).
the transfer of pollen from the male organ, where it is formed, to the receptive region of a female organ, e.g. from anther to stigma.
Bees and other smaller insects are the "workhorses" of pollination, as they are smaller and can immerse parts of their bodies in the flower collecting and distributing pollen from flower to flower.
The application of pollen to the stigma
This is the transfer of pollen from the anther of the stamen to the stigma of the carpel.
the transfer of pollen to a receptive stigma.
The process of sexual fertilization in plants. The male chromosomes contained in pollen are combined with the female chromosomes contained in the ovules.
sexual reproduction in plants in which pollen is transferred from anther to stigma of either the same plant or another plant.
act of carrying pollen to other flowers, helping plants to reproduce.
the transfer of pollen from a stamen to a stigma
The transfer of pollen from the stamen (male part of the flower) to the pistil (female part of the flower), which results in the formation of a seed. Hybrids are created when the pollen from one kind of plant is used to pollinate and entirely different variety, resulting in a new plant altogether.
the transfer of pollen between the male germ cell of a plant (anther), and the female reproductive system (stigma) in seed plants.
the transfer of pollen from the an thers to the stigrna of flowers.
Pollen transfer from anther to stigma
Process of transferring the pollen from its place of production to the place where the egg cell is produced. This may be accomplished by the use of wind, water, insects, birds, bats, or other means. Pollination is usually followed by fertilization, in which sperm are released from the pollen grain to unite with the egg cell.
Carrying the pollen from the male parts of a flower, or from male flowers, to the female parts or to female flowers.
Pollination is the process in which the male plant's pollen fertilizes the female plant's ovule and creates a seed. Pollination is effected by the wind, insects, hummingbirds, etc.
Pollination is an important step in the reproduction of seed plants: the transfer of pollen grains (male gametes) to the plant carpel, the structure that contains the ovule (female gamete). The receptive part of the carpel is called a stigma in the flowers of angiosperms and a micropyle in gymnosperms. The study of pollination brings together many disciplines, such as botany, horticulture, entomology, and ecology.