• Observation of pollen grain.

    1. Take a slide and put a few drops of water on it.
    2. Take any flower like hibiscus, tridax, marigold, etc., tap it over the drop of water.
    3. We will see small dot like structures in water.
    4. Observe the pollen grains under hand lens then under a compound microscope.

  • When viewed under the stereo microscope, pollen grains will appear as grossly shaped, irregular structures/particles. However, the shape and appearance of the grains will vary depending on the type of pollen under investigation. For untreated grains, there is poor contrast compared to treated pollen grains.

    Also Know, what is the role of pollen grains? Pollen grains represent the male portion of the reproductive process in plants and trees. These tiny bodies are swirling in the air and on the legs of insects so that they can join the female part of the plant to create a new seed. This important process is known as fertilization.

    Additionally, what magnification do you need to see pollen?

    TEKET CALC UE QU MICROSCOPE POWER A compound microscope of 100 times overall magnification is needed to see pollen grains.

    How does pollen look like?

    Pollen is a white, yellow, or brown powder-like substance that is produced on the anthers of the flower, the male part of the plant. There are two types of pollen: light, dusty pollen and heavy, sticky pollen. These are useful because they allow pollination to happen in different ways.

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