Examples of pollinate in a Sentence
The plants are pollinated by bees.
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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.
To make a long story short—the bees (primarily) pollinate the buckwheat in order to make this honey.
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.
But researchers investigating the way that some flowers use iridescence to attract bees to pollinate have noticed something odd.
For just two days, the flower will emit the rotting corpse scent that, in the rainforest, attracts native carrion-consuming beetles and flesh flies that pollinate the tiny florets at its center to produce seed berries.
The pepper is a hybrid: the result of cross-pollinating two pure vegetable lines.
There have been some new varieties bred that are self-pollinating, but bees are still needed to move pollen from flower to flower.
The apple trees that resulted cross-pollinated with local species of crabapple.
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