If successive bees remove pollen from a flower, will there eventually be none left ?
#121911. Asked by cornfield. (Jun 14 11 3:02 PM)
This question is impossible to answer. It depends on the rate of sucecssion of the bees. If the rate exceeds the flower's ability to produce pollen, then yes. Of course, plants don't live forever, either, so eventually the plant would die and therefore stop producing pollen.
Jun 15 11, 1:57 PM
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