Hyacinth stamens

Hyacinth stamens

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Caption: Hyacinth stamens. Macrophotograph of the stamens and pollen grains of a hyacinth (Hyacinthus sp.) flower. The pollen (pale yellow) is being shed from the anthers (black) of the stamens, a process known as dehiscence. Stamens are the male part of a flowering plant, and pollen grains are the male sex cells. The flowers are pollinated by insects, which carry pollen from flower to flower as they feed on nectar. Magnification: x5.4 at 35mm size.

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Keywords: anther, botany, dehiscence, flower, flowering part, hyacinthus sp., macrophotograph, nature, parts, plant, plants, pollen grains, reproduction, reproductive, stamens

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