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*  Microsporangia
Each anther lobe develops two pollen sacs. Then, a two-lobed anther develops four pollen sacs that situate at four corners of ... Development of pollen sacs begins with the differentiation of archesporial cells in the hypodermal region below epidermis at ... The microspores divide by mitosis to produce pollen grains. In angiosperms, a very young anther (the part of the stamen that ... contains the pollen) consists of actively dividing meristematic cells surrounded by a layer of epidermis. It then becomes two- ...
*  Lilium longiflorum
... including licking pollen that may have brushed onto its coat. Collins, Cynthia (19 April 2014). "Easter Lily Tradition and ... "Calcium ionophore A 23187 affects localized wall secretion infqu hoeegion of pollen tubes of Lilium longiflorum". Planta. 145 ( ... "Characterization and localization of profilin in pollen grains and tubes ofLilium longiflorum". Cell Motility and the ...
*  Cytoplasmic male sterility
Emasculation is done to prevent a plant from producing pollen so that it serves only as a female parent. Another simple way to ... Male sterility is easy to detect because a large number of pollen grains are produced and are easily studied. Male sterility is ... Male sterility is the failure of plants to produce functional anthers, pollen, or male gametes The first documentation of male ... Since this male-sterile line cannot self-pollinate, seed formation is dependent upon pollen from the male line. Cytoplasmic ...
*  Pollination syndrome
Water-pollinated plants are aquatic and pollen is released into the water. Water currents therefore act as a pollen vector in a ... Their flowers tend to be small and inconspicuous with lots of pollen grains and large, feathery stigmas to catch the pollen. ... Since butterflies do not digest pollen (with one exception), more nectar is offered than pollen. The flowers have simple nectar ... Their stigmas may be large and feathery to catch the pollen grains. Insects may visit them to collect pollen; in some cases, ...
*  Pollen
European Pollen Database Evolution of sex Microsporangia Pollen calendar Pollen count Pollen source Polyphenol antioxidant ... Sulcate pollen has a furrow across the middle of what was the outer face when the pollen grain was in its tetrad. If the pollen ... Pollen evidence can also reveal the season in which a particular object picked up the pollen. Pollen has been used to trace ... Nasal allergy to pollen is called pollinosis, and allergy specifically to grass pollen is called hay fever. Generally, pollens ...
*  Geir Pollen
... (born 4 April 1953 in Målselv) is a Norwegian poet, novelist and translator. His literary debut was the poetry ... "Geir Pollen". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 7 March 2010. ...
*  Peter Pollen
Pollen ran unsuccessfully as the British Columbia Social Credit Party candidate in the 1968 by-election in Oak Bay. From 1985 ... Peter Pollen (October 26, 1927 - January 3, 2017) was a Canadian politician from British Columbia who was the mayor of Victoria ... Pollen's still on road less travelled: [Final Edition] Gibson, JimView Profile. Times - Colonist [Victoria, B.C] 28 Apr 2002: ... "Victoria skyline Pollen's legacy". Victoria News. April 8, 2011. Retrieved 2017-01-04. Média, Bell (January 4, 2017). "Peter ...
*  Francis Pollen
Pollen died on 4 November 1987. Alan Powers, 'Pollen, Francis Anthony Baring (1926-1987)', Oxford Dictionary of National ... Francis Anthony Baring Pollen, FRIBA (7 December 1926 - 4 November 1987) was an English architect who designed, amongst other ... 37; Issue 62920 Powers, Alan (1999). Francis Pollen: Architect, 1926-1987. Robert Dugdale. ISBN 978-0946976096. ...
*  Pollen-presenter
To ensure pollination, anthers release their pollen onto the pollen-presenter prior to anthesis. After anthesis, the style ... A pollen-presenter is an area on the tip of the pistil in flowers of plants of the family Proteaceae. In this family, the ... The systematic depositing of pollen on the tip of the style means the plants must have some strategy to avoid excessive self- ... P.F. Yeo (6 December 2012). Secondary Pollen Presentation: Form, Function and Evolution. Springer Science & Business Media. pp ...
*  Pollen Ndlanya
... www.sowetanlive.co.za/sport/legends/2012/10/25/legends-corner-pollen-trompies-ndlanya Pollen Ndlanya at National-Football-Teams ... Pollen Ndlanya (born 22 May 1970 in Daveyton) is a retired South African footballer who played as a striker. He played for ... He also hosts the Pollen Festive Games annually. http://www.sowetanlive.co.za/sport/legends/2012/10/25/legends-corner-pollen- ... Potter Ndlanya - FIFA competition record http://www.sowetanlive.co.za/sport/legends/2012/10/25/legends-corner-pollen-trompies- ...
*  Pollen Island
Motu Manawa (Pollen Island) Marine Reserve and features at the Department of Conservation Photographs of Pollen Island held in ... Pollen Island or Motu Manawa is an island in the Waitematā Harbour, very near the northern end of Rosebank Peninsula, in ... The island is named after Daniel Pollen, who bought it in 1855. He later became Premier of New Zealand. The island has been ... It is one of two islands surrounded by the Motu Manawa (Pollen Island) Marine Reserve, the other being Traherne Island. The 500 ...
*  Pollen (band)
Pollen was a power pop band originally hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They released four albums and two split records ... Group Efforts from the Phoenix A Pollen Fan Site. ...
*  Pollen (novel)
Pollen is a 1995 science fiction novel written by British author Jeff Noon. Pollen is the sequel to Vurt and concerns the ... Pollen is a much more tangled book, more fertile, a very overgrown, edge-of-wilderness narrative. John Barleycorn (Must Die) I ... While working on Pollen, he often listened to 'Dream of a 100 Nations' album by Transglobal Underground on repeat. Things ... Pollen title listing at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database. ...
*  Pollen sac
... to:pollen sac is part of flower. It is present in anther. It also help in development of new plant. It is male part ...
*  Pollen wasp
They carry pollen in their crops, and regurgitate it along with nectar when provisioning the cells of their nests, and they lay ... Pollen wasps, the Masarinae, are unusual wasps that are typically treated as a subfamily of Vespidae, but have in the past ... The Pollen Wasps: Ecology and Natural History of the Masarinae . Harvard University Press). Carpenter, J.M. 2001. Checklist of ... It is a small subfamily, unique among wasps in feeding their larvae exclusively with pollen and nectar, in a fashion quite ...
*  Pollen baronets
His son, John Pollen I, grandson, John Pollen II (c. 1642 - by November 1719), and great-grandson, John Pollen III (c. 1702 - ... Sir John Pollen, 1st Baronet (c. 1731-1814), Sir John Walter Pollen, 2nd Baronet (1784-1863), succeeded by nephew. He was MP ... Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen, 3rd Baronet (1815-1881), whose younger brother John Hungerford Pollen was ancestor of the 7th ... Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen, 4th Baronet (1846-1918) Sir Richard Pollen, 5th Baronet (1878-1930) Sir John Lancelot Hungerford ...
*  Daniel Pollen
... (2 June 1813 - 18 May 1896) was the son of Elizabeth (née O'Neill) and Hugh Pollen and became the ninth Premier ... On some accounts, Pollen's father helped to build the United States Capitol. A doctor, Pollen claimed to hold the MD degree, ... Hugh Pollen, Ringsend." D. Ruth Delany, The Grand Canal of Ireland (David & Charles, 1973): "Hugh Pollen died in 1837 and was ... The son of Hugh Pollen, a dock master, Pollen was born in Ringsend, Dublin. Little is known about the early part of his life, ...
*  Pollen tube
... primer Images : Pollen tetrad and Pollen tube Calanthe discolor Lindl. - Flavon's Secret Flower Garden. ... The pollen is delivered by the opening of anthers for subsequent pollination, that is, for the transfer of pollen grains to the ... Pollen is produced by the stamen, the male reproductive organ of the flower. Each pollen grain contains a vegetative cell, and ... Lipids at the surface of the stigma may also stimulate pollen tube growth for compatible pollen. Plants that are self-sterile ...
*  Pollen core
A pollen core is a core sample of a medium containing a stratigraphic sequence of pollen. Analysis of the type and frequency of ... Degradation of the pollen exine and bioturbation may reduce the quality of the pollen grains and stratigraphy of the core so ... The cores are then subjected to pollen analysis by palynologists who are able to infer the proportions of major plant types ... Cores are obtained from deposits where pollen is likely to have been trapped. Cores are generally obtained from lacustrine ...
*  Arabella Pollen
Pollen continued to advise the textile giant as a design consultant. In 1995, Pollen became a writer, working as Bella Pollen. ... Arabella Rosalind Hungerford Pollen (Bella Pollen) is the daughter of Peregrine Michael Hungerford Pollen, a former chairman of ... Arabella Pollen (born 22 June 1961) is an English fashion designer and, as Bella Pollen, journalist and author of five novels ... "The Summer of the Bear by Bella Pollen By Bella Pollen - Book Finder". Oprah.com. 1 July 2011. Retrieved 2 February 2014. " ...
*  Pollen's vanga
The Pollen's vanga (Xenopirostris polleni) is a species of bird in the family Vangidae. It is endemic to eastern Madagascar. ...
*  Pollen count
... is the measurement of the number of grains of pollen in a cubic meter of air. High pollen counts can sometimes ... Daily pollen reports in the US Daily pollen reports in the UK Daily and Historical Pollen Counts US. ... Mild winters with warmer days lead to an increase in pollen counts while colder winters lead to delayed pollen release. In the ... The pollen particles drawn in by the pump are then trapped by a sticky wax film that is attached to a rotating drum. The drum ...
*  Pollen basket
The mixing of the pollen with nectar or honey changes the color of the pollen. The color of the pollen can help identify the ... The pollen is transferred to the pollen comb on the hind legs and then combed, pressed, compacted, and transferred to the ... Either honey or nectar is used to moisten the dry pollen, producing the product known as bee pollen or bee bread. ... "pollen-basket". A century later, the authors of "Imms" included only the terms scopa and corbicula in the index, with "pollen ...
*  Bee pollen
... is the pollen ball that has been packed by worker honeybees into pellets. Bee bread is also the bee pollen with ... Foraging bees bring pollen back to the hive, where they pass it off to other worker bees, who pack the pollen into cells with ... Pollen balls are harvested as food for humans. Bee pollen is sometimes referred to as ambrosia., whereas with honey bees, the ... Bee pollen is safe for short term use, but for those with pollen allergies, allergic reactions may occur (shortness of breath, ...
*  Pollen drift
Corn pollen is particularly prone to pollen drift. Corn plants release their pollen for around a week, and an entire field may ... Each individual plant can produce 4 to 5 million individual pollen grains. Its pollen is among the largest particles that can ... pollen release usually shows a spike two to three days after half the plants have released their pollen. ... Pollen drift can be avoided by careful examination of the geography of the area where the crop is to be grown combined with the ...