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  • Pawpaws cannot self-pollinate, and their blooms are vapid and weakly perfumed.

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  • The ability of plants to self-pollinate – a big factor in the spread of weeds – is much older than previously thought in one widely studied species, leading biologists say.

    Weed Gave up Sex Long Ago | Impact Lab

  • ~ Weed gave up sex long ago -- The ability of plants to self-pollinate - a big factor in the spread of weeds - is much older than previously thought in one widely studied species, leading biologists say.

    Speedlinking 8/7/07

  • Though some orchids can self-pollinate -- including, notably, O. apifera, the bee orchid -- many rely on visiting insects to transport pollinia on their heads from plant to plant.

    Ophrys

  • Unfortunately, it's one of those plants that don't self-pollinate, so I need to run back to the garden center again to another elderberry plant.

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  • Both Trujillo and Bolivian coca are strongly heterostylous and do not self-pollinate.

    One River

  • Unlike those on most plants, they are receptive to fertilization before shedding their own pollen; researchers can therefore readily cross-pollinate a given flower or merely leave it to self-pollinate.

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  • A single plant may either self-pollinate or cross-pollinate, depending on the environmental conditions.

    Chapter 5

  • If the flowers are perfect, their anthers must be removed so that they will not self-pollinate.

    5. How plants live and grow

  • "Our technique was to self-pollinate the best colours we could find and raise the progeny."

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