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Anemophily

Anemophily is the cross Pollination between plants as a result of male gametes fertilising a plant via the wind. adaptations in plants that undergo anemophily as a means of fertilisation are apparent in their physical appearance, where structures are present as a means of catching the [[pollen.


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Kingdom Plantae

... birds and animals respectively). To attract these organisms its necessary. And in inconspicuous flowers pollination is normaly done by air (anemophily), so showy flower is not required to attract air....

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by sachin
Sat Jan 06, 2007 5:47 am
 
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