anemophilous

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Related to Anemophily: Ornithophily, entomophily

anemophilous

[¦an·ə¦mäf·ə·ləs]
(botany)
Pollinated by wind-carried pollen.
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Likewise, some of these functional traits cannot be interpreted as adaptations to anemophily, since their character states appear to be ancestral rather than derived, e.
The disproportionate association of anemophily and dioecy or dimorphism at the specific and generic level is contrary to earlier observations of dimorphism associated with entomophily at the species level in the Hawaiian Islands (Carlquist 1974, Bawa 1980).
Fruits were only produced on manual cross and natural pollinations, indicating that the species reproduce by cross pollination only since the manual, spontaneous selfing, agamospermy, and anemophily treatments did not yield any fruits (Table 1).
Experimental detection of anemophily in Pernettya mucronata (Ericaceae) in western Patagonia, Chile.
Anemophily is often associated with dioecy in many plant groups (Sporne, 1965).