How does the study of different parts of a flower help in identifying wind as its pollinating agent?
CBSE Class 12
CBSE Class 12 Biology
2016-08-27 14:45:08 UTC
Wind pollination requires that the pollen grains are light and sticky.
The flowers often possess well-exposed stamen and large feathery stigma.
Wind-pollinated flowers have a single ovule in each ovary.
These flowers have small calyx and corolla.