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wind-pollinated

adj
(Botany) (of certain plants) pollinated by wind-borne pollen
ˈwind-ˌpolliˈnation n
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Questions regarding insect-pollination (Bino et al., 1984; Porsch, 1910) and wind-pollination (Buchmann et al., 1989; Niklas & Buchmann 1987; Niklas & Kerchner, 1986; Niklas et al., 1986) have received the most attention.
Dahlia coccinea produced few achenes per capitulum under both wind-pollination and autonomous-self-fertilization treatments (1.3 [+ or -] 0.5 and 0.1 [+ or -] 0.1 achenes/capitulum, respectively).
All varieties are best sown in block formation rather than in rows, as this aids wind-pollination and allows those delicious, succulent cobs to be produced.
Evolution of wind-pollination in Fraxinus (Oleaceac)--an ecophylogenetic approach.
Consequently the wind-pollination hypothesis appears to be of minor importance in ash.
Since the seed lacks a specialized wind-pollination piece and contains some loose, air-filled tissue characteristic of water plants, the plant from which it sprang may have lived in an aquatic or marshy habitant, suggest Galtier and Nicholas P.
Wind-pollination in the understory of a rain forest in Costa Rica.