Tulip Pollen
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Tulip Pollen

Tulipa sp.

Magnification: 3’000:1

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A single pollen grain of a Tulip (Tulipa sp.) has attached to the pistil and starts to germinate. Eventually, the pollen tube will grow out of the cleft (aperture), and turn to grow straight into the female reproductive tissue, to grow towards the ovules.