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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_fiber

Natural Fibers or Natural Fibres (see spelling differences) are fibers that are produced by plants ... In nature, pure chitin (100% acetylation) does not exist.

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All fibres which come from natural sources (animals, plants, etc.) and do not require fibre formation or reformation are classed as natural fibres. The natural fibres ...

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It does not include modern man-made artificial and synthetic fibres such as rayon , nylon, acrylic and polyester. Tree fibres are not covered by the International ...

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Natural Fibres….. Natural ... The fibres come from the flax plant which has blue flowers. ... Linen fibres come from the stem; it is a bast fibre. .... would be useful.

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natural fibre: Any hairlike raw material directly obtainable from an animal, ... all natural fibres are nonthermoplastic—that is, they do not soften when heat is ...

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Natural fibres come from plants, animals and minerals. ... They are continuous filament fibres, which means the fibres are long and do not always have to be ...

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Natural fibers may be obtained from plant, animal, and mineral sources. Those from plant sources include cotton, flax, hemp, sisal, jute, kenaf, and coconut.

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Natural fibres are defined as substances produced by plants and animals that can be spun into filament, thread or rope and thus be woven, knitted, matted or ...

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Apr 5, 2013 ... These are the natural fibers that are raised on farms around the world. They come to us from nature and only require spinning, and weaving or .... laundering, and isn't as “natural” as the textile industry would have you believe.