What Pollinating Agent Is in Most Flowering Plants?

A pollinating agent carries pollen from one flower to another. In most fruiting flowers, this agent is the bee, which transfers pollen on the fur of its legs between flowers, pollinating them. Birds, beetles, bats and strong winds are also important pollinators.

Keywords: wildflower pollination, fruit pollination, bees

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Cyclist and organic gardener Delia Rollow has been writing since 2010. She has been published in the "Commonwealth LitMag." Rollow has a Bachelor of Science in environmental studies from Bard College.