What Is the Symbiotic Relationship of the Yucca Plant?

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Because of the shape of their flowers, plants in the Yucca genus cannot wind pollinate the way some other flowers do. Their receptive stigma are located deep in the flower, where wind-blown pollen will not reach. For an insect to properly pollinate a
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