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Study of Pollen Germination :-
Pollination is a very important part of the life cycle of a flowering plant. Pollination is the transference of pollen grain from the anthers of a flower to the stigma of the same or another flower, mediated by abiotic or biotic means. Abiotic means the pollen is not carried by organisms, but through means such as wind or water. Biotic pollination occurs through agents like animals, insects or birds. The majority of plants are pollinated through biotic pollination.
This video explains how to study pollen germination on a slide.
This animation explains the double fertilization process in flowering plants (Angiosperms). It was created as a co-production between the School of Biosciences, University of Kent and the University for the Creative Arts (UCA). All animations were created by Michael Fletcher. This animation is licensed under the Creative Commons 2.0 License CC-BY-NC-SA.
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Discover how beautiful pollen looks up close and why it's important to study pollen and pollinators. An amazing new microscope that helps palynologists (pollen scientists) automatically identify pollen to speed up biodiversity research and discover new species.
Video transcript available here: http://www.csiro.au/news/transcripts/YouTubeTranscripts/2011/Oct/Pollen_under_the_microscope.html
More information on our website:
Classifynder website - http://www.classifynder.com
Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas - http://apsa.anu.edu.au
Atlas of Living Australia - http://www.ala.org.au
CSIRO Biotech Imaging - http://www.csiro.au/science/BiotechImaging.html