The germ pores are apertures in the exine layer of the pollen grain where the sporopollenin is absent. the germ pore helps in the formation of the pollen tube and the release of the male gametes during fertilisation
Reeba ...love The Way U Lie answered this
A germ pore is a small pore in the outer wall of a fungal spore through which the germ tube exits upon germination. It can be apical or eccentric in its location, and, on light microscopy, may be visualized as a lighter coloured area on the cell wall.
Shweta Mohan answered this
Function of Germ Pore : It acts as the region through which the pollen tube enters the ovary so that the pollen and the egg may fuse together to form the zygote