Do pollen grains transport genetic material from flower to flower?
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No, after a research it is not seen that a pollen grain of a flowerhave only one lobe. Commonly pollen grain have two or three lobes.
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Stamens are the male part of the flower that produces pollen grains.
The purpose of pollen is to transfer the male reproductive cells (sperm) to the female reproductive cells (ovules) and thus to allow sexual reproduction. Pollen can be so tran…sferred by many methods - wind, gravity, insects, etc. The pollen receptive part of the flower (the stigma) is often sticky, or textured so the pollen will stick. Once attached the pollen grain grows a tube into the stigma and down the style into the ovule. This tube allows the male gametes to fertilise the ovule, creating a seed.
A flowers pollen is located on the stamens.
Pollen grains are often called as microspores or male gametes. They are produced in pollen sacs present in pollen chambers in the anthers of the flower . They are produced du…e to repeated division of microspore mothercells and are haploid (n).
Pollen can be dispersed by wind, gravity, animals and water . However the largest group responsible for pollination are insects . Plants can also undergo self-pollination … if the flower fails to be pollinated by an external factor.
Pollen grains are located in the anther of flowers.
Yes because the pollen then will later produce more and provide which is considered reproduction in term.
the anther contains the pollen
no, the stamen