What happens when plants are pollinated?

Pollination is the transfer of pollen from the stamen of one flower to the pistil of another (sometimes from the stamen to the pistil of the same flower, sometimes from one plant to another). When pollen falls on another flower, fertilization takes place and subsequently seeds and fruit are obtained from this flower. There are different types of plant pollination: insect pollination, wind pollination, and self-pollination. In rare cases, pollen from plants is carried by bats or other small animals. Pollination is necessary for sexual reproduction.

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