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Abiotic pollination

What is the abiotic pollination? Concept and definition

The abiotic pollination is that one in which agents take part abiotic pollenizers, such as to the water or the wind (air).

In counterpart, the biotic pollination is that one in which biotic vectors of pollination take part, such as insects, birds or animal.

Types of abiotic pollination

Anemophilous pollination (by air or wind)

The anemophilous pollination is a type of abiotic pollination in which the agent intervening pollenizer is the wind (air).

Pollination hydrophilia (by water)

The pollination hydrophilia is a type of abiotic pollination in which the agent intervening pollenizer is the water.

Other types of pollination

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

Crossed pollination

Biotic pollination

Pollination entom³fila

Pollination ornit³fila

Pollination zo³fila