Botany or Plant Biology
Why are pollen grains so tiny?
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What are the tiny grains that make seeds when combined with a flowers eggs?
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How is the stigma adapted to trapping pollen grains?
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Name two ways that plants ensure that their pollen grains have a greater chance of reaching the female part of their flowers?
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What pollination involves the transfer of grains from a?
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What are tiny granules produced in the anthers of flowers called?
What are the differences between pollen grains and seeds?
Pollen grains are formed in the anthers by meiosis; seeds in the ovary by fertilization Pollen grains are very tiny, even microscopic; seeds may be as small as 1mm across to as large as 50cm Pollen grains are a single cell (similar to sperm); seeds are multicellular Its function is to carry the male characteristics of the plant to fertilize the egg cell; seeds are there to develop into a new plant when the conditions are favourable