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Define Anemophily.
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Definition of Chiropterophily.
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Transfer of pollen grain from the anther to the stigma of another flower of the same plant is called:
A. Xenogamy
B. Geitonogamy
C. Karyogamy
D. Autogamy
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What is the disadvantage of cleistogamy?
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The given diagram shows two plants of the same species. Identify the types of pollination indicated \[P1\], \[P2\], and \[P3\] respectively.


A. \[P1\]-allogamy, \[P2\]- chasmogamy, \[P3\]-cleistogamy
B. \[P1\]-autogamy, \[P2\]-xenogamy, \[P3\]-geitonogamy
C. \[P1\]-autogamy, \[P2\]-geitonogamy, \[P3\]-xenogamy
D. \[P1\]-geitonogamy, \[P2\]-allogamy, \[P3\]-autogamy
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Pollination
Pollination refers to the…………………
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Pollination
In gymnosperms, pollination is exclusively by
A. Animals
B. Wind
C. Water
D. Insects
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Pollination occurs in
A. Bryophytes and angiosperms
B. Pteridophytes and angiosperms
C. Angiosperms and gymnosperms
D. Angiosperms and fungi
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Pollination
Differentiate between Autogamy and Geitonogamy.
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Where does pollination occur?
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What features of flowers facilitate pollination by birds?
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Why do wind pollinated flowers have long and feathery stigmas?
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