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Question 1: This distinguishes them from entomophilous and zoophilous species (whose pollen is spread by ________ and vertebrates respectively).
InsectArthropodLepidopteraChelicerata

Question 2: Also anemophilous pollens may also be inadvertently captured by ________' electrostatic field.
Honey beeCattleEsoxBee

Question 3: Spring hayfever often traces to pollens from ________.
AlderBetula pendulaOakBirch

Question 4: However, insects sometimes gather pollen from staminate anemophilous flowers at times when higher ________ pollens from entomophilous flowers are scarce.
MyosinMetabolismProteinActin

Question 5: This may explain why, though bees are not observed to visit ragweed flowers, its pollen is often found in ________ made during the ragweed floral bloom.
European honey beeBeekeepingHoneyHoney bee

Question 6: Other common anemophilous plants are grass species, ________, sweet chestnuts, and members of the hickory family.
GymnospermFlowering plantPinophytaFern

Question 7: However, flowering anemophilous species do not develop scented ________, nor do they produce nectar.
FlowerSeedFruitFlowering plant

Question 8: Almost all pollens that are ________ are anemophilous.
Cell-mediated immunityAllergenAutoimmunityImmune system

Question 9: ________, the bane of many hayfever sufferers, is anemophilous.
GoldenrodAsteraceaeFlowering plantRagweed

Question 10: Other flowers that are generally anemophilous are observed to be actively worked by bees, with solitary bees often visiting grass flowers, and the larger honeybees and ________ frequently gathering pollen from corn tassels and other grains.
Honey beeBumblebeeInsectArthropod







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