I am assuming that you mean “What to petals in a plant do?” if this is incorrect, I apologize. According to gardenguides.com (2010). The primary operation of a flower petal is to aid in the process of pollination. This part of the plant makes nectar and interestingly, every petal of every flower is different among each species. Petals of a plant help to drawn in other living entities such as insects, birds, and bats. The animal will come and eat some of the nectar and pollen from that plant will usually be left behind on the feeder’s body. When the animal feeds an another plant, the pollens mix and the plants reproduce (gardenguide.com, 2010).
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