Pollen grains of Hazel tree

Pollen grains of Hazel tree

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Caption: Hazel pollen. Light micrograph of pollen grains from the Hazel tree Corylus avellana. These microspores are shed from male catkins (hanging pollen- bearing structures) on the Hazel tree, released into the air and carried by wind to pollinate the female flowers. Large quantities of Hazel pollen occur as a fine yellow mist at springtime in parts of Europe, and may contribute to attacks of hay fever (allergic rhinitis). Magnification: x125 at 35mm size.

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Keywords: botany, cause of, corylus avellana, hay fever, hayfever, hazel pollen, hazel tree, light micrograph, nature, plant, plants, pollen, reproduction, reproductive, type

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