Question by  mjb95 (18)

What is a flower's reproduction system like?

I know bees pollinate flowers, but I don't understand how it works.


Answer by  eatwrite (1559)

Flowers have seeds and spores. The seasons changes and the process starts all over again. The life cycle of a plant can start with pollination. The wind can blow the pollen onto another. It fall onto the grown and then starts a new plant. Plants have stigma, style, stamens, filaments and petals as their reproduction parts.


Answer by  prasadpampakuda (29)

The ultimate function of a flower is reproduction of its species. The reproduction happens in many flowers in many way. It depends in the morphology of the flowers and the behaviour of the plant.Sometimes bees became the carriers of the pollen. They mediate the function of joining sperm to the ovules. This is called fertilization. the fertilized ovules become seeds.


Answer by  JohnHolmes (2660)

They have male and female parts just like a human. The bee takes the nectar and places it in the stamen which causes flower reproduction.


Answer by  jiya (10)

When bees visit a flower, pollen from flower sticks to the bee,pollen stuck to the bee gets brushed onto the pistil of the other flower of same kind.

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