Pollinated sentence example

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  • Pollinated under the water' e.g.
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  • Grasses are generally wind - pollinated, though selffertilization sometimes occurs.
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  • In 1906 he gave an account of the early stages of development of the male and female organs and, among other interesting statements in regard to the general biology of Welwitschia, he expressed the opinion that, as Hooker suspected, the ovules are pollinated by insect-agency.
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  • Also there will be less pollinator visits per day compared with the shorter opening bee pollinated flowers.
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  • In the same way that some hummingbirds visit bat pollinated passiflora, some bats may visit flowers not ' meant ' for them.
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  • Peaches may need to be hand pollinated in cold weather to achieve good fruit set.
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  • The parentage is not certain but it is thought possible to have been from Grimes Golden, open pollinated.
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  • If plants are not pollinated, seeds and fruits are not produced.
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  • Five veined yellow sepals some 20 - 25 mm across the flower, pollinated by bees close-up.
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  • As you're thinking about when to plant fruit trees, pay attention to the way the particular variety is fertilized and pollinated.
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  • Pollinated vegetable flowers means more tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and the like.
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  • Unlike the hybrids that are so popular today, heirloom plants are open pollinated and recreate themselves by seed.
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  • Only open and naturally pollinated seeds can be certified organic unless the organic source seed is not available commercially.
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  • A plant in the northwest part of the island needs to be pollinated.
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  • The seeds are pollinated with 'dust', and it was only when the Mulefa 'discovered the wheel' that they became sentient - dust, it seems, confers a mind on the beings who are symbiotic with it.
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  • Very few aquatic plants are pollinated under water, but this is wellknown to occur in species of Zostera and of Naias.
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  • Social flowers, whose nectar is concealed as in (3), but the flowers are grouped in heads which render them strikingly conspicuous, and several flowers can be simultaneously pollinated.
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  • The plants are trees or shrubs with simple leaves alternately arranged and small unisexual flowers generally arranged in catkins and pollinated by wind-agency.
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  • The top lip of the flower is hooded and it is pollinated by bees.
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  • Each species of bee orchid is pollinated by a specific species of bee orchid is pollinated by a specific species of bee, males of which try to mate with the flower.
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  • Flowers are pollinated by various small insects attracted by the nectar.
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