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Wool is obtained from the _____ of sheep or yak.
Silk fibres are obtained from the _____ of silkworms.
The wool yielding animals bear ______ on their bodies.
Which among these is a poor conductor of heat?
The fleece of sheep or yak has _____ types of fibres.
The process of selecting parents for obtaining special characters in their offsprings is called ______.
Yak wool is commonly found in _____ and _____.
A type of yarn named Mohair is obtained from ________.
The angora goats are easily found in _______ regions.
The underfur of Kashmiri goats is woven into fine shawls known as ________.
Camelids like Llama and Alpaca found in ______ also yield wool.
Animals like sheep and goats are _______ in nature.
The process of removing the fleece from the sheep along with a thin layer of its skin is called _______.
From which of these breeds of sheep we obtain a good quality of wool?
The Lohi breed of sheep can be found in ______ and Punjab.
The sheep named Rampur Bushair yield ______ fleece.
The Rampur Bushair breed of sheep can be found in _____ and ____ states.
From which breed of sheep we can obtain carpet wool?
The breeds of Nali sheep are found in Rajasthan, ______ and Punjab.
The fleece of the _____ sheep is used to make woollen shawls.
The Bakharwal sheep are found in _______.
We obtain coarse wool from the fleece of ______ sheep.
In which state we can find the Marwari breed of sheep?
Which sheep’s fleece is used for hosiery?
The Patanwadi sheep are found in ______.
The process of removing grease, dust, and dirt from the sheared skin along with the hair is called ________.
The process of separating the different textures of hair from the hairy skin in a factory is known as ________.
The small fluffy fibres picked out from the sorted hair are called _______.
While working in a wool industry the sorters may get infected by a bacterium called _______.
The bacterium Anthrax causes a fatal blood disease called _______.
The silk fibre is obtained from ____.
The rearing of silkworms to obtain silk is known as ________.
The larvae which hatch out from the eggs of silk moths are called _______.
The second stage in the life cycle of a caterpillar is called ______.
The outer covering of the pupa is known as ______.
The cocoon is made up of ______ of the caterpillar.
Which among these is the most common silk moth?
Which country leads the world in silk production?
The route through which the Chinese traders and travellers introduced silk to the other countries is called ________.
The process of taking out threads from the cocoon to use as silk is called _______.,
Which among these yield wool?
Which among these terms is related to silk production?
What is the scientific name of mulberry?