The ‘anther’ of a vine is the pollen-bearing section of the Stamen of a vine flower. Each of the grape’s five anthers has sacs in which a large number of pollen mother cells mature into pollen grains about two to three weeks before flowering. Then, pollen grains are expelled, possibly before the Calyptra or flower caps have fallen.

In vine breeding stamens and caps are removed early, before caps would normally fall, to prevent self-pollination and permit cross-pollination.

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