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Biotic pollination

What is the biotic pollination? Concept and definition

The biotic pollination is that one in which agents take part biotic pollenizers, such as insects pollenizers, polinizadoras birds or animal pollenizers.

In counterpart, the abiotic pollination is that one in which abiotic vectors of pollination take part, such as the water or the wind (air).

Types of biotic pollination

Pollination entom³fila (insects)

The pollination entom³fila is a type of biotic pollination in which the agents intervening pollenizers are the insects pollenizers.

Pollination ornit³fila (birds)

The pollination ornit³fila is a type of biotic pollination in which the agents intervening pollenizers are the polinizadoras birds.

Pollination zo³fila (animal)

The pollination zo³fila is a type of biotic pollination in which the agents intervening pollenizers are the animal pollenizers.

Other types of pollination

In addition to the types of biotic pollination they exist a great variety of types of pollination, such as:

Crossed pollination

Abiotic pollination

Anemophilous pollination

Pollination hydrophilia