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pol·len

 (pŏl′ən)
n.
The fine powderlike material whose individual grains contain the male reproductive cells of seed plants. Pollen is produced in the anther in angiosperms and in the male cone in gymnosperms.

[Latin, fine flour.]

pollen

(ˈpɒlən)
n
(Botany) a fine powdery substance produced by the anthers of seed-bearing plants, consisting of numerous fine grains containing the male gametes
[C16: from Latin: powder; compare Greek palē pollen]
pollinic adj

Pollen

(ˈpɒlən)
n
(Biography) Daniel. 1813–96, New Zealand statesman, born in Ireland: prime minister of New Zealand (1876)

pol•len

(ˈpɒl ən)

n.
1. the fertilizing element of flowering plants, consisting of fine, powdery, yellowish grains or spores.
v.t.
2. to pollinate.
[1515–25; < New Latin; Latin: fine flour, mill dust]
pol•lin•ic (pəˈlɪn ɪk) pol•lin′i•cal, adj.

pol·len

(pŏl′ən)
Powdery grains that contain the male reproductive cells of most plants. In flowering plants, pollen is produced by the anthers of stamens.

pollen

Spores produced by plants, containing male gametes.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pollen - the fine spores that contain male gametes and that are borne by an anther in a flowering plantpollen - the fine spores that contain male gametes and that are borne by an anther in a flowering plant
spore - a small usually single-celled asexual reproductive body produced by many nonflowering plants and fungi and some bacteria and protozoans and that are capable of developing into a new individual without sexual fusion; "a sexual spore is formed after the fusion of gametes"
pollinium - a coherent mass of pollen grains (as in orchids)
ragweed pollen - pollen of the ragweed plant is a common allergen
Translations
لُقاحلِقَاح
pyl
pollenblomsterstøv
siitepöly
peludpolen
pollenvirágpor
frjóduft
花粉
꽃가루
apdulkinimasapdulkintižiedadulkės
putekšņiziedputekšņi
stuifmeelpollen
peľ
cvetni prah
pollen
ละอองเกสรดอกไม้
phấn hoa

pollen

[ˈpɒlən]
A. Npolen m
B. CPD pollen allergy Nalergia f polínica
pollen count Nrecuento m polínico
pollen grain Ngrano m de polen

pollen

[ˈpɒlən] npollen mpollen count ntaux m de pollen

pollen

nBlütenstaub m, → Pollen m

pollen

[ˈpɒlən] npolline m

pollen

(ˈpolən) noun
the powder inside a flower which fertilizes other flowers. Bees carry pollen from flower to flower.
pollinate (ˈpoləneit) verb
to make (a plant) fertile by carrying pollen to it from another flower. Insects pollinate the flowers.
ˌpolliˈnation noun

pollen

لِقَاح pyl pollen Pollen γύρη polen siitepöly pollen pelud polline 花粉 꽃가루 stuifmeel pollen pyłek kwiatowy pólen пыльца pollen ละอองเกสรดอกไม้ çiçek tozu phấn hoa 花粉

pol·len

n. polen;
___ countconteo de ___.

pollen

n polen m
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Of the extant taxa most closely related to Itea, Saxifragaceae tend to have tricolpate or tricolporoidate pollen; Pterostemon has tricolporate pollen; and Ribes species generally have polyporate pollen, often with elongate to irregularly-shaped ectoapertural regions (e.
Staminate catkins are 2-3 mm in diameter with tricolpate platanaceous pollen within elongate anthers.
6 - - Chenopodiaceae 91 22 17 Indeterminate tricolpate grains 2 - - Trilete spores 14 1 - Fungal spores 5 - - Gramineae - 8 1 Typha - 1 1 Tricolpate pollen - - - Ephedra 1 - - taxa core IV core V Compositae (Ambrosia sp.
The pollen of modern Trapa is distinctive, being tricolpate, triangular in polar view with protruding, enlarged, domed apertures and a granular exine that is crossed by three frilled meridional ridges (crests) that unite and enlarge at the poles (Patel et al.
Timing in the evolution of derived floral characters: Upper Cretaceous (Turonian) taxa with tricolpate and tricolpate-derived pollen.
Besides the characteristic exine structure, additional pollen characters reinforce the distinction of the Nassauvieae from the Mutisieae and Stifftieae: (1) the pollen of Nassauvieae and Stifftieae is always tricolporate, whereas in Mutisieae it can be tricolporate (most genera) or tricolpate (Hecastocleis and some species of Ainsliaea); (2) polar caps are more frequent in pollen of Nassauvieae (e.