What is pollination?
The transfer of pollen grains from the stamens to the pistils of a plant is called pollination. Pollination is essential for the production of seeds. It is caused in different ways. Wind and insects play a helpful role in pollination. In grasses, wheat, corn, etc. the wind shakes the pollen and lands on the pistils. Bees and other insects are attracted to colourful plants and drink their nectar and gather pollen for food. The pollen sticks to their bodies and rubs onto the stamens of another plant.