# For a plant’s flower to be pollinated where should be a pollen moved?

$\begin{array}{1 1} (a)\;\text{Stigma to stamen} \\ (b)\; \text{Stamen to stigma} \\ (c)\; \text{Pistil to ovule} \\ (d)\; \text{Ovule to pollen} \end{array}$

For a plant’s flower to be pollinated a pollen should be moved from stamen to stigma.When a pollinator lands on a plant, pollen from the plant's stamen can get on its legs or body, so that when the bird or insect moves on to another flower, it carries pollen grains to that plant's stigma.Plants with flowers need pollination to create new seeds that will grow into new plants.