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Xenogamy

Pollination and subsequent fertilization between flowers of two plants (i.e. not within the same plant); see cross-pollination.

Term for the transfer of pollen grains from one flower to the stigma of a second flower on another plant (cross-pollination), which causes cross-fertilisation (xenogamy). In the case of grapevines, this can be a neighbouring vine of the same...

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