Which of the following is an animal fibre? $\underline{\text{i}\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,}$are twisted before being made in to yams or thread to$\underline{\text{ii}\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,}$Information in which row completes the given statement? In hot humid conditions, which of the following fabrics will you choose for wearing? question_answer22) Which of the following were used by people, in ancient times, to cover the selves? | Assertion (A): Cotton on burning gives paper burning smell. In spinning, fibre from a mass of cotton or wool are drawn out and twisted. In this section we present profiles of 15 of the world's major plant and animal fibres.They range from cotton, which dominates world fibre production, to other, specialty fibres such as cashmere which, though produced in far smaller quantities, have particular properties that place them in the luxury textiles market. question_answer109) Fabric can be made from yam in various ways. Bed-sheets, Sweater, Jeans, School bag. Why is the human nervous system a good target for defensive compounds produced by psychoactive plants? | question_answer95) DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given below and answer the questions that follow. question_answer102) DIRECTIONS: The questions in this segment consists of two statements, one labelled as "assertion A" and the other labelled as "reason R". e) Weaving of yam makes a piece of fabric. Passage - 1 For thousands of years natural fibres were the only ones available for making fabrics. Fabric of school bag, curtains and table cloth is classified into which category? Bed-sheets, Sweater, Jeans, School bag. Separation of cotton fibres from its seeds (q) Warp C. Compression of raw cotton fibres into bundles (r) Spinning D. Making yam from fibres (s) Bailing (s) Bailing, question_answer88) DIRECTIONS: Match Column-I with Column-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the columns. Now we have some fibres which are made from chemical substances. D) Rare plants which are continuously sought after by plant museums/collectors. produce a milky latex which may be white, yellow or red. DIRECTIONS: The questions in this segment consists of two statements, one labelled as "assertion A" and the other labelled as "reason R". The fibres are located between the epidermis, or bark surface, and an inner woody core. question_answer105) DIRECTIONS: Read the following three statements carefully and choose the correct option. (b) Jute is obtained from the leaves of a plant. DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given below and answer the questions that follow. The primary psychoactive compound in Cannabis sativa is: Madagascar periwinkle was used traditionally as a cure for diabetes. Study Packages and the other labelled as ?Reason R?. Psychoactive substances include which of the following classes of compounds? Hemlock poisoning is one of the most common causes of accidental plant-poisoning in the US. She made following list of items. Answer. Table Cloth, Blanket, Curtains. Franchise (ii) Cotton was known to the ancient Indiansand Egyptians. In this project she has to make a list of items from her home that are made up of different fibres and she has to classify them into plant, animal or synthetic fibres on the basis of the fabric from which these item are made up of. What 'A' is representing in the given figure? (c) Cotton fibre is fibre which is obtained from the leaves of the cotton plant. and the other labelled as ?Reason R?. question_answer77) Medium sized weaving machine run on power, used to produce cotton clothes on large scale iscalled ________. Which of the following is the correct order of making cotton fabric from cotton ball? About DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given be low and answer the questions that follow. Passage - 2 Manisha has to do a project on 'Fibres to Fabrics'. Passage - 2 The process of making yam from fibres is called spinning. This addiction became known as: Drugs that cause true hallucination are termed ________, and are not often used because they produce very unpleasant experiences. It has two main components: Soluble fiber – which dissolves in water – is generally fermented in the colon into gases and physiologically active by-products, such as short-chain fatty acids produced in the colon by gut bacteria. question_answer110) Some animals are shown in picture below. A psychoactive substance that is used in a religious, spiritual or shamanic context is commonly called a/an: Which of the following words is used to describe the study of medicinal and toxic products taken from natural plant sources? He encouraged people to wear. | and the other labelled as ?Reason R?. DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given be low and answer the questions that follow. The figure below is showing one of the ways of making fabric from yam. Cotton. Substance used to make the wicks of oil lamps and also for filling quilts and pillows. Which of the following animal provide wool? and other plants is used as: Selling "inheritance powders" (poisons) to a large number of Parisians. Passage - 3 Material used for making clothes that we wear during line rent seasons is obtained from natural as well asman-made sources. question_answer13) The hand device used for spinning of yam is called, question_answer15) The use of charkha for weaving of cotton was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi. Which of the following is a plant fibre? sought balance between the 3 (or sometimes 5) elements of prana (the life force). Which of the following device is used for weaving? Currently, the Mallinckrodt Company is the ONLY company in the United States authorized by the government: They inject a type of formic acid through their stinger which hastens plant wilting. question_answer35) Which of the following do not yield wool? DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given be low and answer the questions that follow. Select your answers to these items using codes given below. question_answer55) DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given be low and answer the questions that follow. question_answer29) Choose the correct option from the following. Select your answers to these items using codes given below. Passage - 1 The two main processes by which fabrics are made from yam are weaving and knitting. Select the fibre that is obtained from a plant source. Abstract. An edible bean, controversial because its creator was accused of biopiracy. question_answer45) DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given be low and answer the questions that follow. Jute is a long, soft, plant fibre that can be spun into coarse, strong threads. Assertion (A): Cotton is comfortable to wear in hot, humid weather. You are to examine these two statements carefully and decide if the assertion A and reason R are individually true and if so, whether the reason is a correct explanation of the as section. Passage - 3 The cotton is separated from the seeds in machines called, question_answer98) DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given below and answer the questions that follow. question_answer92) DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given below and answer the questions that follow. In it two sets of yam are arranged together to make a fabric. The fruits of cotton plant (p) Ginning B. (iii) Silk and wool both are obtained from animals. b) Spinning is a process of making fibres. question_answer28) Now a days we do not need to depend up on plants for yam. Which of the following is not a natural fibre? Passage - 3. question_answer25) Which of the following are used unstitched even today? Which of the following plant fibre is used for Bed-Sheets? Which of the following is an animal fibre? question_answer84) Which of the following is the correct order of making cotton fabric from cotton ball? In knitting a single yam is used to make a piece of fabric. question_answer58) DIRECTIONS: The questions in this segment consists of two statements, one labelled as ?Assertion A? Malaria is treated with quinine, which is found in which of the following plants? A) are exactly the same as invasive weeds (the words are interchangeable) B) can be any species of plant found in an area it does not naturally occur in. Which of the following devices is /are used for weaving of fabric? The caterpillars switch from their regular food to eating plants with poisons that will kill or inhibit the development of the internal parasite. question_answer38) The process of separation of jute fibre from jute plant is called_______. question_answer93) DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given below and answer the questions that follow. In ancient times the types of fibres not available was/were. Which of the following is not a natural fibre? question_answer40) Why in the process of spinning cotton fibres are twisted? She made following list of items. What 'B' is representing in the given figure? Which of the following people described the use and attributes of many botanical and chemical therapies, described the use of surgery to treat disease, and wrote extensively on the subject of medicine. | Which of the following people argues that when talking about potentially invasive weeds "change does NOT equal harm"? question_answer73) Mahatma Gandhi popularized the Charkha as part of the independence movement. This was doneto encourage people to wear. Which one of the following method is shown in the figure? Silk is obtained from silkworms and nylon is a man made fibre which is synthesised in factories using chemicals. This is because the plant resembles: The ants take the seeds into their fungus garden and allow a few to germinate. (b) The process of making yarn from fibres is called knitting. Now we have some fibres which are made from chemical substances. DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given be low and answer the questions that follow. (i) Nylon is used for the manufacture of timecards, fabrics and ropes. Pulled and twisted strands to make fibre (p) Un spun cotton B. Which of the following is a plant fiber often used by industry which is collected from the inner bark or phloem of certain (mainly dicotyledonous) plants? Cotton, jute, silk, wool, etc., are obtained from natural sources, i.e., animals or plants, Polyester, nylon, rayon, etc., are man-made materials that are used for making clothes. Assertion (A): The fruits of the cotton plant are about the size of a lemon. Select your answers to these items using codes given below. Reason (R): The jute plant is normally harvested when it is at flowering stage. (ii) Fruit of cotton plant is about the size of lemon. Cotton: Khadi :: Flax : _____. Transportation, Low initial numbers, Not adapted to the new location. Passage - 3 Material used for making clothes that we wear during line rent seasons is obtained from natural as well asman-made sources. She made following list of items. 'A' and 'B' in the given figure are related to which of the following process? You are to examine these two statements carefully and decide if the assertion A and reason R are individually true and if so, whether the reason is a correct explanation of the as section. Which of the following plant fibre is used for Bed-Sheets? question_answer106) DIRECTIONS: Read the following three statements carefully and choose the correct option. DIRECTIONS: Read the following three statements carefully and choose the correct option. question_answer47) DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given be low and answer the questions that follow. question_answer18) Which of the following processes are used for making fabric from yam? Questions Bank c) Jute is the outer covering of coconut. question_answer59) DIRECTIONS: The questions in this segment consists of two statements, one labelled as ?Assertion A? Passage - 3 Material used for making clothes that we wear during line rent seasons is obtained from natural as well asman-made sources. Knitting. FAQ Who said: "All things are poison and nothing is without poison. The different sources of plant fibres are- cotton, jute, coir, hemp and the flax. Select your answers to these items using codes given below. question_answer60) DIRECTIONS: Read the following two statements carefully and choose the correct options. scientists screened thousands of plant species for anti-cancer compounds. You are to examine these two statements carefully and decide if the assertion A and reason R are individually true and if so, whether the reason is a correct explanation of the as section. (d) Patsun plant is used to obtain jute fibres. Which of the following devices is /are used for weaving of fabric? Jobs Sample Papers In which region was cotton grown by early Indian? Which of the following is a man-made material? The process of arranging two sets of yams together to make fabric is called weaving. (iii) Silk and wool both are obtained from animals. She made following list of items. Why Studyadda? Coca, Erythroxylum coca, has been used for at least 3,500 years in South America as: Which of the following is a plant fiber often used by industry which is collected from the inner bark or phloem of certain (mainly dicotyledonous) plants? question_answer37) Which of the following part of cotton plant is used to obtain cotton fibre? Select your answers to these items using codes given below. In ancient times the types of fibres not available was/were. It is done on looms. | Such fibres which are made from chemical substances are called synthetic fibres. Which of the following are the advantages of synthetic fibres (I) they are durable and easier to maintain (II) they dry up fast and do not form wrinkles (III) they are not attacked by moths they do not absorb water and sweat. Which of the following items are made up of animal fibre? (iii) Nylon is a Animal fibre. (i) To make fabrics, fibres are first converted into yam. The weaving process for cotton is made easier due to the fact that cotton fibers are_________. question_answer100) DIRECTIONS: The questions in this segment consists of two statements, one labelled as "assertion A" and the other labelled as "reason R". Why in the process of spinning cotton fibres are twisted? question_answer113) What 'B' is representing in the given figure? Which of the following is a course of treatment based on the idea that an ailment/disease can be treated with minute doses of drugs thought capable of producing the same symptoms in healthy people as the disease itself? The invention of the cotton gin led to an increased demand for cotton production/picking which increased the need for slaves in America. Collecting the milky latex from opium poppy plant wounds. Commercial use of traditional knowledge or genetic resources without compensation for the creators is known as: How many people over the age of 18 die each year as a result of accidental plant poisoning in the United States? question_answer103) DIRECTIONS: Read the following three statements carefully and choose the correct option. Passage - 1 The two main processes by which fabrics are made from yam are weaving and knitting. The fabric could be. Table Cloth, Blanket, Curtains. Jute is a natural fibre It is obtained from which part of the jute plant? Which one of the following method is shown in the figure? (d) Cotton yarn on burning gives an odor similar to that of a burning paper. Some examples of the plant fibres are given below: 1. Passage - 4 Look at the following flow chart and answer the given questions: DIRECTIONS: The questions in this segment consists of two statements, one labelled as ?Assertion A? Bile: a. is stored in the gall bladder b. is not stored in the body c. is stored in the stomach d. is stored in the pancreas e. is stored in the small intestine 9. The process of arranging two sets of yams together to make fabric is called weaving. It is soft, fine, glossy, and luxurious. Historians believe that cotton clothes were first worn in. (ii) Synthetic fibres are not suitable for hot and humid weather. question_answer12) In which part of India is jute cultivated? Look at the following pictures and select the one that is made by knitting. Select the correct order of obtaining cloth. Why are Loberia trees often found on top of leafcutter ant mounds? Passage - 3 Material used for making clothes that we wear during line rent seasons is obtained from natural as well asman-made sources. Many plant fibres are produced as field crops. Definition. (i) All artificial fibres can be used for making cloth. Assertion (A): Cotton on burning gives paper burning smell. C) Scientists were over-exploiting the yew tree, which threatened its extinction D) The Germans stole the patent on taxol to create cell cultures. Natural fibres are. | Scientists later found 2 compounds that can be used for which of the following diseases? transportation, establishment, naturalization, invasion. Cotton, jute, silk, wool, etc., are obtained from natural sources, i.e., animals or plants, Polyester, nylon, rayon, etc., are man-made materials that are used for making clothes. Passage - 4 Look at the following flow chart and answer the given questions: Which of the following stands for 'C'? Cotton, jute, silk, wool, etc., are obtained from natural sources, i.e., animals or plants, Polyester, nylon, rayon, etc., are man-made materials that are used for making clothes. (iii) All plant have fibres in their body. You are to examine these two statements carefully and decide if the assertion A and mason R are individually true and if so, whether the reason is a correct explanation of the assertion. Choose the correct alternative to complete thegiven analogy. The process of arranging two sets of yams together to make fabric is called weaving. question_answer34) Which of the following animal provide wool? question_answer75) $\underline{\text{i}\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,}$are twisted before being made in to yams or thread to$\underline{\text{ii}\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,}$Information in which row completes the given statement? Cotton, jute, silk, wool, etc., are obtained from natural sources, i.e., animals or plants, Polyester, nylon, rayon, etc., are man-made materials that are used for making clothes. Jute is a rainy season crop, which grows best in warm and humid climate. Passage - 2 Manisha has to do a project on 'Fibres to Fabrics'. This brings the fibres together to form a yam. Column - I Column - II A. (a): Jute is a long, soft, shiny plant fibre that can be spun into coarse strong threads. Which of the following items are made up of animal fibre? Fiber papers are not entirely made from wood pulp, but include some characteristic plant fiber that gives them their character. (iii) Silk fibre is obtained from adult of silk moth. (iii) Silk fibre is obtained from adult of silk moth. DIRECTIONS: Read the following two statements carefully and choose the correct options. Bed-sheets, Sweater, Jeans, School bag. Assertion (A): Cotton is comfortable to wear in hot, humid weather. Answer 14 (a) False (b) False (c) True (d) True The correct sequence to get cloth is. | Early in his career, Sigmund Freud was a proponent of _________ consumption for _____________. In this project she has to make a list of items from her home that are made up of different fibres and she has to classify them into plant, animal or synthetic fibres on the basis of the fabric from which these item are made up of. Which of the following were historically prescribed by doctors to treat opium addiction? Used for making gunny bags (q) Yarn C. Strongest man-made fibre (r) Jute D. Used as fillers in pillow, mattresses (s) Nylon, question_answer90) DIRECTIONS: Match Column-I with Column-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the columns. It both increases the strength and reduces the speed of the heartbeat. (d) Cotton yarn on burning gives an odour similar to that of a burning paper. In knitting a single yam is used to make a piece of fabric. Synthetic fabrics have many advantages. Which of the following processes are used for making fabric from yam? Which of the following do not yield wool? DIRECTIONS: The questions in this segment consists of two statements, one labelled as "assertion A" and the other labelled as "reason R". C) are always more toxic (produce more secondary plant compounds) than native weeds. Now we have some fibres which are made from chemical substances. Now we have some fibres which are made from chemical substances. Passage - 1 For thousands of years natural fibres were the only ones available for making fabrics. In spinning, fibre from a mass of cotton or wool are drawn out and twisted. Oh no! (iii) All plant have fibres in their body. Answer: (c) Cotton Explanation: Cotton is a plant fibre. Pulled and twisted strands to make fibre. Which of the following is a hand operated device that is used for spinning and whose use is popularized by Mahatma Gandhi as a part of independence movement? Table Cloth, Blanket, Curtains. State whether the following statements are true or false. Passage - 1 The two main processes by which fabrics are made from yam are weaving and knitting. DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given below and answer the questions that follow. (ii) Polyester absorbs more water than cotton. ____________ are the class of chemicals responsible for the psychoactive properties of coca, opium poppy, and peyote. (ii) Cotton is grown in such places that have black soil (iii) Cotton is sown between January and March. Which of the following is the name of a book which contains directions for the identification of samples and the preparation of compound medicines? Which of the following fibre is called Golden Fibre? DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given below and answer the questions that follow. The fibres are then separated from the stem in long strands and washed in clear, running water. Select your answers to these items using codes given below. DIRECTIONS: Read the passage (s) given below and answer the questions that follow. In it two sets of yam are arranged together to make a fabric. Current Affairs (ii) Polyester absorbs more water than cotton. Articles Natural fibres are. | Select your answers to these items using codes given below. You are to examine these two statements carefully and decide if the assertion A and mason R are individually true and if so, whether the reason is a correct explanation of the assertion. After lengthy research compounds from this plant are used to treat: Pseudoephedrine and Ephedrine are chemically related to _____________? Manickam Ramesh, in Handbook of Properties of Textile and Technical Fibres (Second Edition), 2018. question_answer21) When does a jute plant normally harvested? question_answer83) Which of the following is the leading country for the production of Jute? 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