Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act or process of supplying or impregnating with pollen.

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Examples

  • Page 103: The term 'pollenization' may be a substitute for 'pollenation' or 'pollination'.

    Clovers and How to Grow Them

  • "I knew that John's natural enthusiasm for creating great events that bring in talent interested in cross-pollenization would make sure we got a great lineup, as well as make this more than 'just another music festival.'"

    Jon Chattman: Tasty Way to Do It: Oates to Headline Aspen Music Fest

  • After pollenization, when the pollen (sperm) passes through the stigma (vagina), some trees and plants begin to produce fruit or a nut to surround the fertilized seed.

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  • Somehow I hope some cross pollenization is going on with these tremendous available sources.

    OK. That’s it. I quit. | RedState

  • This is a problem that has cross-pollenization (ph) between health care and criminal justice and education and foreign policy.

    CNN Transcript May 15, 2009

  • Self-pollenization (autogamy): pollen moves to the female part of the same flower, or to another flower on the same individual plant.

    Pollination

  • Pollination can be cross-pollination with a pollinator and an external pollenizer, self-pollenization with a pollinator, or self-pollination without any pollinator:

    Pollination

  • Many of the blogs I visited told me they were thrilled with their increased traffic, and there seemed to be a lot of cross pollenization of fans going on.

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  • · Putting an end to biological farming and poisoning non GM cultures through pollenization from GM crops and accidental exposure to Roundup herbicide.

    The World According to Monsanto Expose' Disappears from the Internet!

  • However, bees contribute to the pollenization of flowers in the gardens and orchards of other people, who benefit freely from this positive externality.

    Microeconomics and the environment

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