pollination

The process by which the male sex cells in flowering plants (pollen) are transferred from the male part (anther) to the female part (stigma) of the flower. Pollination leads to fertilization and the creation of new seeds that grow into new plants. Most plants are pollinated by insects looking for nectar in the flower, or by animals or wind.

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