pollination

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Synonyms for pollination

transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma of a plant

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Scimac spokesman Mr Daniel Pearsall said: 'These two farms are several miles apart and the risk of cross pollination at these sort of distances is so small as to be almost immeasurable.
We look forward to further cross pollination in the future.
The report says that contrary to industry recommended isolation distances "oil seed rape presents a high risk for cross pollination between source and recipient fields".
His past experience includes a cross pollination of industries, including technology, entertainment and sports.
With a separation distance of 200 metres, no more than one organic sweetcorn kernel in 40,000 was likely to turn out a GM hybrid as a result of accidental cross pollination, ACRE concluded.
A letter has been sent to the solicitor acting for the neighbouring organic farmer, who has requested that the consent for the maize field trial be varied or revoked to prevent cross pollination with the organic sweetcorn crop.
com's "Show Off Your Own" interactive artists community promotes the free exchange and cross pollination of work and ideas from artists and their fans worldwide.
com is building a powerful interactive artist community that promotes the free exchange and cross pollination of work and ideas from artists and their fans worldwide.
Obviously, the cross pollination of game characters developing into movie characters and its vast array of merchandiscing is a huge market presence.
We see this as an opportunity to create long term partnerships which extend beyond the initial requirements and result in both companies benefiting from the cross pollination of ideas and technology" said Laws.