Advantages of cross-pollination:
- New varieties are created as a result of cross-pollination.
- Seeds are produced in more significant quantities and are more viable.
- Healthier offsprings are produced.
Why cross-pollination is more useful than self-pollination?
In cross pollinated flowers more pollen grains are produced and cross pollination helps flower to survive in different climatic environment. Cross pollination allows diversity in the species as the genetic information of different plants are combined.
Why is cross pollination more common?
Cross pollination is advantageous because it allows for diversity in the species, as the genetic information of different plants are combined. However, it relies on the existence of pollinators that will travel from plant to plant.
Which type of pollination is better and why?
Cross-pollination is better than self-pollination. This is because: New varieties of plant species can be produced. Cross-pollination brings about genetic variation in the offspring.
- Why cross-pollination is more useful than self-pollination?
- Why is cross pollination more common?
- Which type of pollination is better and why?
- Which type of pollination is more beneficial for plants?
- What is cross-pollination and why is it important?
- How does cross-pollination form a better progeny?
- What is the advantage of wind pollination?
- What is cross-pollination advantages and disadvantages?
- What are the advantages of self-pollination?
- What are effective and efficient types of pollination?
- Which pollinator is most efficient?
- What is the most efficient way of pollination?
- Which pollinator is best?
- What is cross-pollination short answer?
- What would happen if bees went extinct?
- Which animal pollinates the most?
- Can humans pollinate plants?
- What animals can replace bees?
- Why do humans want to pollinate plants?
- What would happen if there was no pollination?