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Question 1: Birds, particularly hummingbirds, ________ and sunbirds also accomplish much pollination, especially of deep-throated flowers.
PasserineHoneyeaterBlue-faced HoneyeaterMaluridae

Question 2: Though the terms are sometimes confused, a pollinator is different from a pollenizer, which is a plant that is a source of pollen for the ________ process.
FlowerFlowering plantPollinationFruit

Question 3: A pollinator is the biotic agent (vector) that moves pollen from the male anthers of a flower to the female stigma of a flower to accomplish ________ or syngamy of the female gamete in the ovule of the flower by the male gamete from the pollen grain.
Prenatal developmentEmbryoHuman embryogenesisFertilisation

Question 4: Other insect orders are rarely pollinators, and then typically only accidentally (e.g., ________ such as Anthocoridae, Miridae)

Question 5: ________ bees such as honey bees need an abundant and steady source of pollen to multiply.
SwarmEusocialitySpatial organizationMobbing behavior

Question 6: Most bees gather nectar, a concentrated energy source, and pollen, which is high ________ food, to nurture their young, and inadvertently transfer some among the flowers as they are working.

Question 7: Nectar provides the energy for bee ________; pollen provides the protein.
NutritionMalnutritionHealthy dietHuman nutrition

Question 8: ________, bumblebees, and their relatives do not have a scopa, but the hind leg is modified into a structure called the corbicula (also known as the "pollen basket").
BeekeepingHoney beeEuropean honey beeAfricanized bee

Question 9: [4] They are not major pollinators of our ________, but various moths are important for some wildflowers, or other commercial crops such as tobacco.
AgricultureIntensive farmingOrganic farmingSustainable agriculture

Question 10: The most recognized pollinators are the various species of ________, which are plainly adapted to pollination.
CattleEsoxBeeHoney bee

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