Pollen, as the male seed of flowers, contains micro-gametophytes (pollen grains). The the sperm cells can be protected by the pollen grain along with its hard coat when it moves from the stamens of the flower to the pistil of the next flower. There are vegetative cells (only one in most flowering plants but several in other seed plants) in each pollen grain. There is a tube nucleus (that produces the pollen tube), and a generative nucleus (that divides to form the two sperm cells) in a generative cell. A cellulose cell wall and a thick, tough outer wall made of sporopollenin surround the group of cells.

The fertilization of the plant needs pollen. There are corpuscles in the tiny particles, formed at the free end of the stamen in the heart of the blossom. A dusting of pollen was put forth by every variety of flower in the world. The same with orchard fruits and agricultural food crops. The process of transferring pollen grains to the female reproductive structure is called pollination. The wind, or by bees, birds, insects and so on all can help with this transfer.

When bees land on the flower to collect nectar, they collect the flower pollen, which is called bee pollen. As bees help themselves to nectar (the precursor of honey) inside the flowers, their legs and other body parts will stick the pollen granules. Besides, the young bee even eat bee pollen as food.

As one of nature's most special and powerful foods, bee pollen has been investigated that there are almost all enzymes and coenzymes our bodies need, which is many times more than any other food in the honeybee pollen. Not only perpetual healing and digestion in our body need Enzymes, the life itself also need it. There will be no lives if there is no Enzymes. Besides, enzymes can protect against premature aging. Moreover, enzymes in the honeybee pollen are known as perfect proportion and perfect balance.

There are special plant nutrients and a wide range of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and enzymes in Bee pollen. The ratio of Amino Acids in bee pollen is up to 5-25%, the Carbohydrates is 40%, Fatty Oils is 5% and protein is 35%. Besides, it can provide many of the dietary antioxidants, bioflavonoids and polyphenols, which we can not get if we do not eat recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables. Thus, bee pollen can be used as valuable supplement to the diet.

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