Verb(1) fertilize by transfering pollen
(1) Maize pollen was used as a control to pollinate wheat, using the method described previously by Inagaki.(2) He doesn't use pesticides, or chemical fertilisers; he keeps a few bees to pollinate the flowers.(3) There were no objections to their plans and in fact many of the allotment holders welcomed them, saying the bees would help to pollinate their crops.(4) Every year, beekeepers send their best bees throughout the country to help pollinate crops, one farm at a time.(5) Butterflies, flies and small bees pollinate flowers less frequently, and deposit smaller pollen loads, than large bees.(6) Plants are already showing signs of bursting into bloom too early at a time when there are no insects around to pollinate their flowers.(7) there are not enough bees to pollinate their crops(8) By contrast, there are only about a thousand commercial beekeepers in the U.S., people who make a living harvesting and selling honey and wax and renting bees to farmers to pollinate their crops.(9) As the females search for egg sites, they pollinate the flowers with pollen carried from the fig where they were born.(10) The stigmas were then pollinated with pollen from a flower whose anther had dehisced that day.(11) Bees are fooled into pollinating the bee orchid and the wispy, twisting petals of the rare lizard orchid closely resemble lizards.(12) Like their fruitbat cousins, these bats may occasionally damage crops or gardens, but on the whole play a beneficial role in transporting seeds and in pollinating several species of plants.(13) In other Magnolia species predominantly pollinated by beetles, pollen shortage or inefficient pollination has been reported.(14) The effectiveness of exclusion through pore size is relatively easy to demonstrate for biotic pollinators by direct observation.(15) The possible functions of this protein in the pollination and reproductive processes are discussed here.(16) What will happen when genetically heterogeneous plant populations are pollinated by new pollinators ?
1. cross-pollinate ::
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