What is the difference between the flowers of wind-pollinated plants and insect-pollinated ones?

Wind-pollinated plants have a number of adaptations:
– do not grow singly, but in massive clusters;
– the flowers have a large amount of dry, fine and light pollen and begin to bloom before the leaves appear, which does not prevent the spread of pollen;
– flowers grow in clusters, odorless and bright in color;
– the pistil and stamens are located on long filaments and extend beyond the flowers.
Insect pollinated plants:
– flowers have a bright color and often a strong smell;
– release nectar;
– sticky pollen sticks to the bodies and legs of insects.

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