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Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 1

Which one of the following is not a natural fibre?

Detailed Solution for Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 1
  • Jute, cotton and flax are natural fibre but nylon is a synthetic fibre or man-made fibre. 
  • Natural fibres are the fibres that are obtained from plants and animals.
Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 2

Which fibre yielding plant should be grown in a field having black soil and a warm climate?

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Cotton is best suited in the field having black soil and warm climatic condition.
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Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 3

Which part of the jute plant is used to obtain jute fibre?

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The stem of jute plant is used to obtain jute fibre used for making a number of articles like bags, coarse cloths, etc.

Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 4

Silk is obtained from silkworm which lives on ______.

Detailed Solution for Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 4
  • Silkworm eats Mulberry leaves.
  • The best-known silk is obtained from the cocoons of the larvae of the mulberry silkworm.
  • Silk Fibre looks like the image below.
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Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 5

Cotton plants are about ____________ feet high.

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  • The cotton plant produces a single upright stem with a semi-woody texture that grows to a maximum height of approximately 6 feet.
  • Its leaves are dark green with three to five lobes that reach roughly 2 to 4 inches in overall length.

Hence, the correct answer is option C.

Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 6

Cotton was first produced in

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It is believed that cotton was first produced in India, from where it spread to different part of world.

Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 7

In hot humid conditions, which of the following fabrics will you choose for wearing?

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In hot and humid conditions, cotton fabrics are more preferred because cotton absorbs sweat more easily.

Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 8

Removal of cotton from the cotton seed is termed as ______.

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  • Cotton seeds are removed through a process called ginning.
  • In the ginning, the raw cotton or seed cotton is cleaned and then passed on to the next process where ginning machines, with the help of a knife and a saw blade removes seed from raw cotton and the conveyor moves the ginned cotton and cotton seeds to their respective areas.
Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 9

The seed of cotton is called

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Cotton is a soft fibre that grows around the seeds of the cotton plant.

► Seeds of cotton are called Binola.

It gives us cotton seed oil. Cotton is a warm season crop that requires moderate rainfall.

Fig: Binola

Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 10

A medium-sized weaving machine run on power, used to produce cotton clothes on large scale is called ______.

Detailed Solution for Test: Fibre to Fabric - Question 10
  • A power loom is a type of weaving machine that is used to produce textiles on a large scale, typically using cotton. It is powered by electricity and can operate much faster than a handloom, which is operated manually. Power looms are commonly used in the clothing industry to produce a wide range of garments, including shirts, pants, and dresses. They are an important tool in the mass production of textiles and are used in many factories around the world.
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