Attractive Pure Mercerised Cotton Silk Contrast | 2022
Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fibre that forms in a boll, or protective shell, around the seeds of Gossypium cotton plants in the Malvaceae family of mallows. The fibre is almost entirely made up of cellulose, with tiny amounts of waxes, lipids, pectins, and water. Cotton bolls will aid in the dispersal of seeds under natural conditions.
The shrub can be found in tropical and subtropical locations all over the world, including the Americas, Africa, Egypt, and India. Mexico has the greatest diversity of wild cotton species, followed by Australia and Africa.  Cotton was domesticated independently in the Old and New Worlds.
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