Silk Pink Mithila Pagh Best 4 Home use

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Fabric : Silk
Colour : Rani pink
Pattern : Mithila painting
Product Speciality : Handmade mithila pag
Multipack : 1
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Silk Pink Mithila Pagh Best 4 Home use

Silk Pink Mithila Pagh Best 4 Home use

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Silk Pink Mithila Pagh Best 4 Home use

Fabric: Silk
Colour: Rani pink
Pattern: Mithila painting
Product Speciality: Handmade Mithila page
Multipack: 1
Disclaimer: Product colour may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings.

A natural protein Silk Pink Mithila Pagh Best 4 Home use, silk can be used to create textiles. For the creation of silk, certain insect larvae create the protein fibre known as fibroin, which makes up the bulk of the protein fibre. [1] The cocoons of the larvae of the mulberry silkworm Bombyx mori cultivated in captivity yield the best-known silk (sericulture). Due to the triangular prism-like structure of the silk fibre, the shimmering effect of silk can be achieved by allowing light to refract from different angles, creating distinct hues.

A variety of insects make silk, but only moth caterpillar silk has historically been employed in the textile industry. At the molecular level, there has been some investigation into alternative forms of silk. Webspinners and raspy crickets, for example, create silk throughout their entire lives, while other insects, such as aphids, only produce silk as larvae. Additionally, silk manufacturing is seen in hymenoptera (bees and wasps), silverfish, mayflies, thrips, leafhoppers, beetles, fleas, and midges. Other arthropods, such as spiders, make silk, as do other arachnids.

 

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