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Gymnosperms do not produce flowers (as opposed to angiosperms), so there is nothing to attract pollinating insects. As a result, they depend on the wind to blow the pollen from the male to the female cones. Pollination can also occur if the male cones are present at the same time and situated above the female cones. In this case self-pollination can occur when the pollen simply falls or blows downward.
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In the ovary of the flower
Pollination occurs by the bees. It takes the pollen out of the flower.
Pollination occurs when the pollen is transferred by pollinators, wind, or other means.
Spores are released
it needs to be really sunny and it needs to be over 1 week old
pollination occurs because the bees go from plant to plant to collect pollen to store in their honey
Wind will carry pollen from the male cones to the female cones. The pollen the sticks to the sticky substance that each ovule makes.
flower of flowering plants
so that plants can reproduce and survive and don't get extinct
Gymnosperms pollination occurs after the micro spores are released from the male cone. They travel by wind until they get stuck to a female cone due to a sticky resin. Once st…uck a pollen tube is grown and pollination occurs
Gymnosperms differ from angiosperms specifically in the lack of flowers and protected seeds. Instead, plants like evergreens grow pinecones, with "naked" seeds.
After fertilization, each seed consists of multiple embryos. A process known as programmed cell death destroys all the embryos except one. Following this, the mature seed is… ready to germinate.