anemophilous


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anemophilous

[¦an·ə¦mäf·ə·ləs]
(botany)
Pollinated by wind-carried pollen.
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trifurca reveals a profile favorable to the hypothesis that these two species are anemophilous (Table 2).
Floral biology of jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis), an anemophilous plant.
Orbicules are also very common in anemophilous species where offering a floral reward would be superfluous.
Plants of the Asteraceae family, with an entomophilous pollination estrategy and the Poaceae family with an anemophilous strategy presented the highest concentration of anthophilous insects.
In this work, the most important polliniferous plants of the Yucatan Peninsula were determined, although many of the plants visited by the European and the Africanized honeybees were also anemophilous.
Pollination syndromes Ornithophilous anemophilous melittophilous gall-wasps Actinidia deliciosa x Malus domestica x Medicago sativa x Trifolium pratense x Passiflora spp.
4 Pollen sum * 1255 557 208 437 Nectariferous pollen * 321 332 204 333 The number of nectariferous pollen grains (100%) was obtained excluding the anemophilous and polliniferous pollen grains from the pollen sum.
The pollination modes are: An anemophilous, En entomophilous, Hi hydrophilous.
2007) of mainly anemophilous, herbaceous plants that is the third largest monocot family after orchids and grasses.