Self-pollination obviously is ecologically advantageous because self-pollinating plants do not need to be visited by animals to produce seed. As a result, self-pollinated plants expend less energy in the production of pollinator attractants and can grow in areas where the kinds of insects or other animals that might visit them are absent or very scarce—as in the Arctic or at high elevations.Tomatoes, peppers, peas and strawberries are examples of self-pollinating plants
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