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Yes, The next thing might be boring but very scientific so continue reading at your own risk of being bored or not. A flower comes before a fruit a bee will come for nectar and get pollen in in the pollen basket it goes to another flower for nectar and the stigma catches the pollen grain it germinates to a pollen tube goes down the style into the ovary bursts in half with a sperm nucleus and then the ovules become seed and when the flower dies the ovary becomes the fruit. So yes.
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Answer . Sort of. Bees pollinate as a result of collecting food, it isn't the primary reason for their existance. As they collect nector from the flowers, the pollen cli…ngs to their bodies and gets spread around. So if they aren't pollinating, they aren't collecting food, so yes they will die.
As bees take nectar from a flower, pollen gets transferred from the stamen on to the bee's body. When the bee goes to the next flower some of this pollen is transferred to the… stigma, fertilizing the flower. Once a bee starts collecting nectar from a particular type of flower it will keep going to the same type of flower as long as it can, keeping the pollen to the same type of flower.
They pollinate all sorts of flowers especially the walnut tree. They like to feed off walnuts.
Because they can!
With birds and bats, the carry the pollen in their hair and feathers.
every plant i think needs pollination to bear fruits or something.
When a bee lands on a flower part of the flower's pollen is captured in the bee's legs. When the bee flies to the next flower parts of the pollen on its legs are eft beh…ind on.
because its natural and other tools might hurt the process
yes this is mutualism
no, i think butterflys pollinate too i might be wrong
no needs for insects
Yes. Bees pollinate most flowers and trees. One of a bees favorite places is a orchard where fruit trees are everywhere.
During the season that plants are blooming. When bees gather nectar from the flowers, pollen is transferred to the bodies, and carried to the next plant.
Yes bees pollinate on all flowers but not all the time only the ones that they think are the safest to go to
Bees get a food source It creates more flowers