Explain wind pollinated flowers, Biology

Wind pollinated flowers are:

1. Small, brightly coloured, producing large number of pollen grains

2. Small, producing large number of dry pollen grains

3. Large producing abundant nectar and pollen

4. Small, producing nectar and dry pollen

 

Small, producing large number of dry pollen grains

 

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