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Insects moves from flower to flower to suck nectar. When an insect sits on the flower of a plant, pollen grains from the anther of this flower get attached to its body. And When this insect sits on another flower of similar plant (or another plant), these pollen grains are transferred to the stigma of the other flower. Thus, insects help in cross-pollination.


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