When an insect visits the flower, its rubs against the top of the stamens. Pollen sticks to the insect. As the insect explores the flower, some of the pollen on the insect's body rubs off onto the pistil. The transfer of pollen from the stamens to the pistil is called pollination. Male cells in the pollen burrow down into the ovary and join with the cells there. The joining of egg cells an sperm cells is called fertilization egg develops into a seed. When ever you see a bee don't be scared of it. Don't harm the bee it's just trying to make more flowers. The colorful flowers at the top is to attract bees to end up getting the process, pollination.  

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