Because of their size, they can travel in greater numbers (for wind-pollinating plants), creating a better opportunity for pollen to reach it's "destination".
Anther is where the pollen is made, so the tiny grains are pollen grains.
pollen can be found in a florw
The tiny grains are called pollen.
The stigma is sticky so it can trap pollen grains
they produce a tiny tube that the pollen grains travel to the egg cell.
pollen grains are little grains in side a flower
there made of pollen! that's why they are called POLLEN grains
no the anther produces pollen grains
pollen grain so pollination involves the transfer of 11. ________ grains from a flower'stamen to its stigma. the _____ is pollen
Matured pollen grains contained sperm cells. When Pollen grains are sticky, you have pollen. Pollen grains are contained in the pollen sac, with the purpose of helping plants reproduce.
It contains a tiny egg nucleus which will fuse with nucleus of the male cell.
Not all pollen grains produced turn into seeds. Only some of them are carried by insects and a few are put in other flowers. So a large number of pollen grains are produced.
Pollen grains develop in the anthers of a flower.
Tiny granules produced in the anthers of flowers are called pollen.Pollen (this one was so easy!)pollen
The Anthers hold the pollen grains
Pollen grains are located in the anther of flowers.
Pollen grains are formed in the anthers by meiosis; seeds in the ovary by fertilizationPollen grains are very tiny, even microscopic; seeds may be as small as 1mm across to as large as 50cmPollen grains are a single cell (similar to sperm); seeds are multicellularIts 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
pollen grains are produced in pollen sac of anthers which are present on the male gamets of flower
Microspore mother cell after undergoing meiosis produces pollen grains, and the pollen grains during germination produce sperms by undergoing pollen mitosis.
Flower> Stamen> Anther> Pollen grains.
anther is a bi lobed structure inside this pollen grains are formed by pollen mother cells
Light and small pollen grains are easier to lift by the wind; so even the lightest breath of air will take pollen flying
The wind aids in pollination when plants transfer pollen grains. Insects can also help in the transferring of pollen grains.