Flowering dogwood pollen seen under electronic microscope
feed on the pollen, nectar, and other plant liquids that are associated with flowers.
As a result of this feeding activity, pollen becomes attached to them. Analysis of this pollen can tell us what they eat, their dispersal patterns
in and around cropping systems, and their role in pollination. However, finding
pollen on and or in a pollinator depends on the technique used to recover
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