Examples of pollinate in a Sentence
The plants are pollinated by bees.
Recent Examples of pollinate from the Web
The blue halo is created by tiny, irregular striations—usually lined up in parallel fashion—and is found in all major groups of flowering plants pollinated by insects, the scientists report today in Nature.
The exhibit, Flowers and I are of the same root, the Garden and I are one, features more than 2,300 blooming flowers and plenty of insects to pollinate them.
To make a long story short—the bees (primarily) pollinate the buckwheat in order to make this honey.
The mosaics range in size and feature bees, and the vegetation bees pollinate, and range in style from near-caricatures to Audubon-worthy.
Eighty-four percent of crops grown need bees to pollinate them.
These projects bring out the advantages of proximity by attracting the passions and skill sets of people who are like-minded in some ways but very different in others, cross-pollinating abilities and personalities.
Where seasonal ingredients and freshness is key, however, the bees are essential to pollinate the rooftop garden where organic herbs and vegetables are grown for Sofitel's contemporary French restaurant Liberté Lounge.
Cabbage thistles can pollinate themselves, producing offspring that are clones of the parents.
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