Flower Information View
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This Refers To:- Parts of a flower
Pollen is the flour produced from the anthers of the flower. This flour consists of grains which contain the male reproductive DNA and is carried or to the stigma of the flower. On the stigma the pollen grain germinates and travels down to the ovary via the style. In monocotyledons, pollen has one furrow or pore while in dicotyledons they have three.