Bee pollen is protein.
A bee would carry pollen from one plant to another
They transfer pollen from one flower to another
I hate pollen! Pollen is annoying!!
Powdered pollen sticks to hairs on the bee, and is carried from one flower to another as the bee is gathering nectar.
The pollen sticks to the bees' legs and when a bee lands on another flower, some of the pollen falls off.
The female part -- known as pistil -- is the part of a flower that a bee rubs with another flower's pollen. The original source of the pollen for the insect in question is a flower's male part, known as anther.
It doesn't hurt the bee, if that's what you are wondering. Actually, the bee isn't trying to collect pollen at all. Bees stop on flowers to collect nectar, and the pollen clings to the fluff on their bodies. When the bee stops at another flower, the pollen from another plant is brushed onto the flower. This is one way that flowers reproduce. The nectar collected by the bee then goes on to become honey after it is taken back to the hive. So, when a bee takes pollen from a flower, it is neither good nor bad, but a neutral interaction.
Another word for pollen is dander. Pollen is a powder substance that is produced by flowers. It can be spread from flower to flower by the wind or insects.
The bee sees pollen with its eyes. It carries pollen because the pollen stick to the hind legs!