Some angiosperm flowers are capable of self pollination However when they are pollinated by bees plants receive a benefit they cannot achieve on their own What is this benefit?
When angiosperms are pollinated by bees, the pollen which they receive is usually from a different plant. By pollinating the flower with pollen from a different plant, the bees are increasing the genetic diversity of the offspring. If self-fertilisation in angiosperms does occur, the offspring will be clones of their parents.
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Some angiosperm flowers are capable of self-pollination However when they are pollinated by bees plants receive a benefit they cannot achieve on their own What is this benefit?
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Some angiosperm flowers are capable of self-pollinationHoweverwhen they are pollinated by beesplants receive a benefit they cannot achieve on their ownWhat is this benefit?
Genetic diversity is promoted through cross pollination amongst theoffspring. The reason for sexual reproduction is to increase thenumber of offspring that are produced.
Some angiosperm flowers are capable of self pollination however when they are pollinated by bees plants receive a benefit they cannot achieve on their own.what is this benefit?
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yes. eg peanut,soyabeans etc
Some angiosperm flowers are capable of self-pollination however when they are pollinated by bees plants receive a benefit they cant achieve on their own what is this benefit?
The benefit to the plant is that it is fertilized and can produce the seeds and fruit. Without pollination there would be no next generation of plant.
Generally speaking cross-pollination (moving pollen from the flower of one plant to the flower of another plant) is considered better than self-pollination. Continual self-po…llination of plants results in inbreeding (although sometimes a good thing) and very little genetic divergance. This means that populations of inbred plants are less likily to be able to adapt to climatic or environmental change than those which have a large gene pool.
Plants do not have eggs, they have seeds, but yes, plants can pollinate their own seeds.
That the plant will grow over an area wider than the immediate ground in which the plant grows and that natural hybridization may take place are among the benefits that a b…ee offers and that a self pollinating flowering plant can't achieve on its own. The reason lies in the bee carrying away pollen particles when leaving the plant. The particles drop along the way to, and at, the bee's final destination. Or they may mix with pollen particles from other plants that the bee pollinates. The result may be stronger, more attractive flowering plants from the union of two different pollen particles. Answer In addition to the above answer, insect pollination on the one plant will be more thorough than simple wind pollination.
No,most of them are cross pollinated because they are entomophilous i.e pollination by insects.
Bees get a food source It creates more flowers
Bees: special hairs on their legs and abdomen allow them to collectlarge amounts of pollen Plants: transfer pollen to other plants
Pollination is the means by which plants reproduce.
Agriculture is highly dependent on plant pollination in order to produce the food we eat. Without adequate pollination less food (if any) will be produced, which means less fo…od to feed more hungry mouths.
The bee fertilizes the flowers ovules so that it can make seeds and reproduce. In return the bee is given food - nectar and pollen.,