Describe the characters of Anemophilous and Entomophilous flowers. (atleast 3 characters each with example.)
The important characteristics of Anemophilous flowers and entomophilous flowers are
Anemophilous flowers are not scented nor do they produce nectar.
Pollen from anemophilous flowers tends to be smaller and lighter in weight with very low nutritional value to insects.
These are pollinated by wind or water.
For example; flowers of grasses.
Entmophilous flowers are scented, attractive and produce nector.
The pollen grains of these flower tends to be large-grained, sticky, and rich in protein.
They are pollinated by insects.
For example, flowers of orchids.