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Asked in Health
What is b-pollen?
Bee pollen comes from a bee's body after he has visited many flowers. Health food stores often sell bottled bee pollen as purported remedy for a number of different things. Bee pollen as a treatment has not been backed by science, and really just takes valuable pollen away from the bee. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
Is pollen part of the male or female part in a plant?
The pollen of a plant comes from the stamen part of the flower. That's a female part. I hope you found this helpful to you when in doubt. ...
Asked in Science
What is the stigma's function and how does it do it?
The stigma is the ovening to the ovary of the female part of a flower. When pollen comes incontact with it the pollen sticks and then the ovary is fertlized so that the seed and/or fruit can grow and develop ...
Asked in Biology
Are pollen grains seeds?
No, they are only half of the equation. Pollen comes from the male parts of the flower. It is necessary for the fertilization of the female flower parts then the seed is fertilized and will be a mature seed that can grow. ----------------------------------------------- NO, pollen is the male gamete which joins with an ovule to make a plant seed. ...
Asked in Wasps and Hornets
What do bees do when the get the pollen?
Once a bee has collected pollen, he travels down into the bottom of a flower. This is where the nectary is - the component of a plant that produces a sweet, orange substance named nectar. The bee drinks the nectar, still covered in pollen, and comes back out of the flower - again, passing the anthers which gets it covered even more in pollen. The bee then flies to another flower, passing the pollen covered anthers, and inserting the pollen into the...