Pollination
Cross pollination
Bee goes into flower
Bee transports into another flower
Cross-Pollination• Insects other than bees may also cross-pollinate such as: Butterflies Mosquitos Caterpillars
Self-pollination
Self Pollination• Bees and other animals bring pollen from the flower’s own anthers to its stigma.
The bees collect the pollen from the Antherand then gives it the Stigma
Why flowers pollinate?• To reproduce and create new life, which are new flowers.
Patrick as editorMiles as ResearcherMadison as ResearcherAldrin as ArtistJonathan as Music producer/ Bee
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Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Pollination
  • 2. Cross pollination
  • 3. Bee goes into flower
  • 4. Bee transports into another flower
  • 5. Cross-Pollination• Insects other than bees may also cross-pollinate such as: Butterflies Mosquitos Caterpillars
  • 6. Self-pollination
  • 7. Self Pollination• Bees and other animals bring pollen from the flower’s own anthers to its stigma.
  • 8. The bees collect the pollen from the Antherand then gives it the Stigma
  • 9. Why flowers pollinate?• To reproduce and create new life, which are new flowers.
  • 10. Patrick as editorMiles as ResearcherMadison as ResearcherAldrin as ArtistJonathan as Music producer/ Bee