Why don’t cereal flowers have a bright corolla?

Cereals are a family of angiosperms from the Monocotyledonous class. This family includes many plants that are important in human life: wheat, rye, corn, rice, barley, oats, millet, sorghum, bamboo, sugarcane.

The flowers of plants of this family do not have a bright corolla, because they are pollinated either with the help of the wind (corn, rye) or self-pollination is inherent in them (wheat, oats).

The bright color of the corolla is found in flowers that are pollinated by insects to attract them.

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