Translation of pollen in Spanish:


polen, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɒlən//ˈpɑlən/


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    polen masculine
    before noun he suffers from a pollen allergy padece de fiebre del heno
    • pollen count / index índice de concentración de polen en el aire
    • Most is caused by grass pollen, but tree pollen can also cause reactions.
    • Plants produced smaller flowers producing less pollen and with poor germination and tube growth.
    • Pollinators visit flowers in search of oils, floral fragrances, pollen or floral nectar.
    • What, then, are the roles of the two different flower types in pollen production?
    • Pollen traps also indicate that pollen is shed directly into the air, permitting wind pollination.
    • Females produced more pollen per anther than males, and pollen size was the same in both sexes.
    • Potential foods included not only pollinating insects of angiosperm flowers but also the pollens, nectars, fruits, seeds and foliage of angiosperms themselves.
    • The egg cell is fertilized by pollen from the male sex organs, the stamens.
    • These bees visited flowers in search of pollen, adopting a supine posture as they entered the corolla tube.
    • In addition to seeds, the promoters directed reporter gene expression in pollen and in seed coats.
    • Native social bees visit only male inflorescences in search of pollen and nectar.
    • This species has a peculiar mechanism by which the flower dispenses pollen to different visitors.
    • This could help relieve pollen limitation caused by insufficient quantity of pollen.
    • Freshly harvested pollen was dusted onto a microscope slide with a brush to which four or five drops of stain were added.
    • Bees occasionally collect olive pollen, but wind is the primary pollination vector.
    • I was intrigued with how they gathered pollen and nectar from flowers to make honey.
    • It is a beautiful white lily flower with big buds of pollen in its centre.
    • The production of pollen and seed cones was studied in five branches chosen at random on each individual.
    • The stigmas were then pollinated with pollen from a flower whose anther had dehisced that day.
    • Each experiment was carried out on flower heads which had been protected from foreign pollen by bagging.