Asked by PRAMOD | 3rd Dec, 2013, 08:09: PM

Expert Answer:

The process of pollination is a chance event. The pollen grain cannot recognize the stigma of its own species. If the pollen falls on the stigma of the same flower, it results in self-pollination. If the pollen is carried by insects, wind or water to the stigma of another flower of a different species, it results in cross-pollination.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 4th Dec, 2013, 11:05: AM

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