I never knew that the only way pollination would work was if the pollen was transferred from the same species of flower.
The stigma is often sticky and the ovule makes the seeds.
I learned more about pollenators and how they accidently transport pollen from one flower to another
I also didn't know that different species can't pollenate each other.
Wow! I sure did learn ALOT! I never knew that cross pollination produces stronger plants! :)
Thank you for this video! It help me realize that pollination would work only on the same species of flower!
I did not know that for cross-pollination the flowers needed to be the same species!:) <3!!!!
I did not no that you need to have the same species of flower to pollinate .
I did not know that either until I watched the video
Wow! I didn't know that if the same species of plants cross pollinate it produces stronger plants! This video was also very detailed and specific.
I learned that cross-pollination produces stronger plants than self pollination does. Also I learned that a flower will only except pollen from the same species of plants. Flowers that use animals to pollinate are brightly colored and have a strong scent to attract the pollinators. Plants that rely on the wind to pollinate them have long stamens and pistils, they are dully colored, are unscented, and have very little petals or no petals at all, since no animals need to land on the plants or the plants don't need to attract animals to the plant.
I learned that cross-pollination produces stronger plants than self pollination does. Also I learned that a flower will only accept pollen from the same species of plants. Flowers that use animals to pollinate are brightly colored and have a strong scent to attract the pollinators. Plants that rely on the wind to pollinate them have long stamens and pistils, they are dully colored, are unscented, and have very little petals or no petals at all. Since no animals needs to land on the plants or the plants don't need to attract animals to it.
Mistakes on my old one!
I never knew that flowers had to be the same type to cross pollinate,but
I questioned it before.
I had no idea that you can only make a plant stronger with cross pollination if they are the same specie of flower.
Yes, I also had no idea that you can only make a plant stronger with cross pollination if they are the same specie flower.
I didn't know that either! I was also wondering why it as to be the same species. I mean, I understand that it wouldn't work for a rose and an apple tree, but why not a sunflower and a daisy? Do they have different types of pollen?
I learned that pollination can happen in many ways!
I never knew that pollen could cross-pollinate from one plant to another to make stronger plants and that they needed to be the same species of flowers also I did not know that plants can get pollen by the wind. plus I did not realize that pollinators are only at the plant to get food while they don't know that they are pollinating the plant or flower. I learned a lot more with this video.
Wow I learned that pollination creates stronger plants!
I didn't know that only the same species could cross pollinate each other.
I didn't know that if a flower pollinates itself it is called self-pollination.
I did not know a plant could self pollinate I only thought you could cross pollinate. Speaking of cross pollinating I thought you neaded all the flowers parts to do it. Really all you need is the stamen and the stigma.I thought it was very interesting how animals mostly pollinate colered flowers. There is another way the pollen can travel that is by wind. The pollen just gets blown onto another flower.WOW pollination is so interesting!
I have never know that flowers can give each other pollen. I have learned a lot in this video.
I didn't know that for cross-pollination the flowers had to be the same species of flower. This video helps to see how many ways pollen is moved from one flower to another.
That was a weird video, with talking plants :)
I learned about pollination especially cross pollination.I never knew that cross pollination had to be within the same species. Cross pollination is when one flowers pollen is transferred to another flower without pollinator. I never knew that these flowers were brighter, stronger with a strong sense of smell. The smell attract animals and insects which help to transfer the pollen. Animal are attracted to the color as well. When pollinators drink nectar, they are accidentally taken pollen along with them to the next flower. I learned a lot about both self pollination and cross pollination.
I never new that cross pollination made stronger plants than self pollination. I always thought that you needed a stem for pollination but now I know. I also didn't know that to have pollination to work the pollen needs to be from the same species. I didn't now that the stigma was sticky. I already new that flowers normally had a scent but I didn't know than it was to attract bugs,insects animals and wind.
I also never knew that plants that rely on the wind for pollination have longer stigma's.
I learned that cross pollination produces stronger plants, but the plants must be the same species. I also learned that plants pollenated by animals are usually to attract animals, plants pollenated by wind have long stamens and pistils and are usually not that colorful.
I learned that cross pollination makes stronger plant but they must be the same type of flower.
This video was very helpful for studying. I think I will watch this video again to review for the test on Wednesday.
I didn't know that other flowers of different kinds cant pollenate other flowers of different kinds.Also cross-pollenation makes stronger plants if of the same kinds of flowers.
when pollen gets to the stigma it germinates and accepts the pollen then it goes through the style and into the ovary which makes the ovule and the ovule holds the egg.
I did not know that only the same spieces of plants can pollenate eachother . I learned alot in this video
I did not know that flowers are stronger when they are cross-pollinated. I also did not know that flowers that were pollinated by the wind had longer stigmas than plants pollinated by animals. This video was mostly a review of class today.
I did not know there were 7 parts of the flower.
I did not know that the same plant can pollinate to anthers to anthers
That is a really good video I learned a lot
I didn't know that different species could'nt pollinate others and that cross pollination produces stronger plants
That was a very funny video!!! I leaned a lot from that video I got reminded that some plants only have male or female parts of a flower. I'm feeling go about the test tomorrow.
I didn't know that pollination leads to the creation of new seeds and that pollen must be move from the stamen to the stigma. That is when fertilization takes place and produces a seed. also, when pollen from another plants stamen is transferred to the stigma of the same plant this is called self pollination. When pollen from a plants stamen to another plants stigma it is called cross pollination. Cross pollination produces stronger plants. And did you know that pollination accrues in these ways, by people animals or the wind. Pollination is accidental. Plants that are pollinated by animals are often brightly colored and have a strong sent to them. and lastly, plants that are pollinated by the wind often have long stamens or pistils.
i didn't know that animals were attracted to the color and the scent. also, i did not know that you can't pollinate with two different species of plants. i learned alot from this video.
also, i didn't know that a flower/ plant can grow stronger from cross-pollination.
Pollen travels from the stamens to the stigma,pollination creates the seed.When pollen travels from one flower to the next it is called cross-pollination.The pollen gets move by wind or other pollinators go one flower to the next to collect the nectar.
I didn't know cross pollination had to be for the same type of plant
I never knew that plants that were cross-pollinated were stronger then plants the were self-pollinated.
I also didn't know that if a plant was cross-pollinated it had to be pollinated by the sane sepsis.
Wow I didn't know that you could only pollinate with the same species of plant but why? I also learned that animals pollinate flowers that are brightly colored and have strong scents.plants pollinated by the wind are dully colored and have long stamens and pistils. They are also unscented. Thanks for the video it helps a lot.
wow! this video is really good way to study for the test. I didn't know that the same types of plants could pollinate each other. this video helps a lot
I never knew that plants from different species couldn't pollenate each other.
As Bridget asked before:
Is there different types of pollen?
I learned that cross-pollination can make a plant stronger.
I never knew that flowers could only polinate with other flowers like theme:[0
It was also weird that the plants talk:^)
I also did'nt know that plants get stronger when they cross pollinate:^)
i think ill do good on the test:[)
I didn't know that the animals weren't coming for the pollen.
Ididn't know cross pollination makes stronger plants:D
I never knew that pollen was sticky!! Also I never knew that a flower had to be the same species to cross pollinate or the fact that if a flower cross pollinates then the plant will grow stronger! A flower that attracts animals is usually brightly colored. I did not know that when a plant pollinates itself it's called self pollination. This video helped me observe the parts of a flower carefully!!!!!!!
WOW! I didn't now that nectar and pollen was made at the base of the petal
Wow!this video was loaded with details. I didnt know that a) plants can only cross-pollinate with the same species of plant and b) that cross-pollination makes a plant stronger. Thank you video! :D
Trying 2 watch again 2 study but it won't work :(
I never knew cross pollination made stronger plants!!!!!!:)
I learned that their are sooooooo many ways for a flower to be pollenated!!! :)
Nice video. I learned alot like pollination can only work with the same specie. I always thought pollination can work with 2 different species.
I didn't know cross-pollination only worked for plants from the same species!
That video has a lot of details in it!
The new thing l learned, was that a flower has to be the same species to be pollinated. Another thing that l learned, was that a flower that depends on wind to spread it's pollen, doesn't have a lot of things to show off to pollinators. But if it does depend on animals or insects to pollinate them, their mostly brightly colored and have a strong scent to them.
I never knew about self-pollenation. I also didn't know that if flowers are pollenated by pollenators they are usually brightly colored and have a strong scent
I learned that Cross-Pollination only works if the flowers are the same species. For example, two Roses could Cross-Pollinate, an Apple-Tree and a Daisy would not work. This is something I did not learn yet. Thanks for the Video.
Wow! I did not know that plants had to be the same species to be cross pollinated. I also did not know that cross pollination creates stronger plants then self pollination.
1 thing I learned was that for a seed to be fertilized it needs pollen from the same kind of plant🌸➡️🌸
I never knew that plant's can only pollinate with there own species.
i didn’t know that if a plant is pollenated by pollinators they have bright colors and a strong scent
i didn't know that when you cross pollinate the plant gets stronger.
I learned that pollination only works if the two flowers are the same species. I also learned that cross pollination makes a plant stronger than self pollination.
I never knew the pollen had to come from the same type of plant, I also never heard of self pollination.
One thing I learned from this video is that cross pollination produces a stronger plant then self pollination does!
Wow!! I never knew that cross pollination made the plants stronger. Plus I never heard that plants that are pollinated by the wind have longer pistils and stamens.
I never heard about most of these facts. Will we learn?
I did not know cross pollination produces stronger plants.
I didn't know that one specie of flower couldn't pollinate another specie.
I think the video was very helpful and I learned that the same species of flowers can pollinate themselves and the different kinds of flowers can not.
I never knew that they had to be the same species to pollenate
I didn't know that flowers had to be the same species to pollinate, other than that it seemed like a review
i wonder why they have to be same type of flower
I learned so much that's going to help me on my test
The video was very informative and I learned that cross pollination makes stronger plants. I also learned that cross pollination can only work with plants of the same species.
Pollination is so much more important then I thought!! I learned that cross-pollination is when a flower's pollen from the stemen transfers to another flower's stigma. this video will help me alot for the test!
wow I didn't know that cross pollination made stronger plants I thought that it just made a more successful pollination!
I did not know that cross pollination makes the plant stronger
i learned that cross pollination makes a plant stronger
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