What term best describes a bee's role of gathering pollen and transferring it from plant to plant?
The wind aids in pollination when plants transfer pollen grains.Insects can also help in the transferring of pollen grains.
Pollen is transferred in marijuana plants by the female and male plants. The female plant flowers first and then the male plant matures. When the male flower opens it sprays… pollen into the female flower.
Pollination or cross-pollination.
the transfer of pollen grains is called pollination. I the transfer of pollen is from the anther to the stigma of the same plant it is known as self pollination, whereas if t…he transfer of pollen is from the anther of one flower to the filament of a different flower, it is termed as cross pollination
fertilisation, a bee would start in its home and fly around for a bit then it will see a pretty flower, yay pretty flowers, and sneak up on it (BOO!) and crawl inside and gr…ab some pollen, bee: ha ha you sucker i have your pollen. then it would fly thought the pretty meadows, YAY pretty meadows, then it says another pretty flower and sneak up on that one to but this one screams but the bee still crawls in and gives the pollen from the last plant to this plant and then it nicks the pollen from this plant and does this over and over again and it brings home a resent for the mrs. some honey, LOL!
This is a statement and not a question.
Transfer of water from roots into a plant.
They are cofactors in enzymatic reactions.
this process is called as cross pollination
The pollen sticks to the bees' legs and when a bee lands on another flower, some of the pollen falls off.
Well first off some type of animal must transfer it to another flower. Such as a bee, a bee will fly to the flower for nectar (which is meant to lure animals into the flower) …and will get some pollen on it's body (that is why it is a fine powder) When a bee goes to another flower some of the pollen will transfer from its body to the other flowers stigma. Hope this answer was helpful. :)