A bee has concave depressions on the tibia of her hind pair of legs surrounded by hairs. These are called corbiculae or 'pollen baskets'. When pollen gets on to the bee's body she brushes it back using her fore legs into the corbucilae.
You can often see this when a bee is in flight or standing on a flower. Look for a yellow 'lump' on the back legs.
Bees spread pollen by drinking out of the plant and collecting stuff for the hive. So when they collect the stuff they get pollen all over them!So then they move onto the next flower,next,next flower,and next! so they spread pollen on all of them! hope that helped lol
Pollen baskets describes the way that honey bees carry pollen to the hive. The beneficial insects in question (Apis spp) have baskets, called corbicula, that blend hairs into concave shapes on hind legs. They also may transport pollen that sticks incidentally to their bodies.
it gets it stuck to its legs or back and as it arrives at the next flower it gives the flower the other flowers pollen
Bees get pollen from flowers. When they suck up the nectar with their proboscis, pollen gets attached to the bees' hairy legs. Then, when the bee goes to the next flower, they pollinate it.
They have a special area on the back of their rear legs specifically to allow them to carry pollen.
It gets it stuck to its legs and it brings it to the female reproductive part of another flower
Bees are fuzzy. How do you think this trait can help bees carry pollen?
Well, for one, the most common are bees.
Bees take pollen to make honey.
So-called killer bees, more properly called Africanized honey bees, eat the same as any other honey bee: pollen and nectar.
Flowers contain pollen and bees carry it to other flowers but some flowers can spread their own pollen.
to attract bees to spread pollen
Bees and other animals help to spread pollen to fertilize other plants.
the role of bees is to spread pollen for the flowers to grow and the role of the humming birds is to collect necter .
They spread pollen and promote the growth and health of plants.
Pollen but to get pollen to other flowers they require bees. The bees work to spread pollen to other flowers while keeping some from themself to make honey. Basically you can call it a win win situation or Teamwork.
so bees can carry its easily so bees can carry its easily
yes,because it will make it easier for bees to get the pollen and spread it.
no because honey bees pollen
Well if know that bees spread pollen, then you would know that when the bees collect pollen from plants, the next plant they touch gets a little of it from the bee. They land on the blossoms the apples grow from , therefore pollenating the apples.