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The main adaptations of wind pollinated plants are:

  1. The flowers are small inconspicuous, lacks fragrance and nectar.
  2. They are not with attractive colours.
  3. The perianth lobes are reduced.
  4. The pollen grains are smooth, light and dry.
  5. Usually bears unisexual flowers.
  6. The male flowers possess long filament so as to expose the anther to wind.
  7. Anthers are versatile so that it swings in air.
  8. The female flowers are large possess entire stigmatic surface receptive.
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