Mammoth Memory

Pollen is transferred to the stigma

Pollen grains are transferred from the anther of one plant to the stigma of another plant in the act of pollination.

Pollen lands on the stigma of another plant it is now pollinated

The stag wearing his pulled-on (pollen) pullover takes the tram (transfer) over to see his friend the stig’s ma (stigma).


Pollen is carried by wind and insects to the stigma then the plant is pollinated

The process of pollen being transferred from the anther to the stigma is known as pollination. The two most common methods are wind and insect pollination although flowers may have pollen transferred to the stigma by animals such as birds.


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