Which are the components of pollination ? - Science and Technology 2

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Which are the components of pollination?

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Pollination occurs with the help of abiotic agents like wind, water and biotic agents like insects and other animals.

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Chapter 3: Life Processes in Living Organisms Part - 2 - Answer in one sentence

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Chapter 3 Life Processes in Living Organisms Part - 2
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