How do flowers pollinate?

Dusting is an extremely important stage in plant propagation. The pollen containing male sex cells, fertilizes seedlings (female genital cells). This can happen differently. The flowers of many trees produce a huge amount of tiny grain of pollen, which is spread by the wind. The pollen of many water plants reaches the destination by the flow of water. Many flowers attract insects that pollinate them, using their structure, color and smell. An insect lands on a flower to enjoy a nectar, pours pollen into it and, flying over to another plant, it pollutes it. In this way pollinating flowers are bees, axes and butterflies. Some flowers (mostly tropical) are pollinated by birds, bats and even small mammals.

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