Ch – 3 Fibre To Fabric

Answer the following:

Q.1: ____________ is obtained from the fleece of sheep or yak.

Ans: Wool

Q.2: Name the two types of fibres that form fleece.

Ans: Coarse beard hair and Fine soft under-hair

Q.3: The process of selecting parents for obtaining special characters in their offspring, is known as ________________.

Ans: Selective breeding

Q.4: Air is a _________ conductor of heat.

Ans: poor

Q.5: Yak wool is common in _________ and _________.

Ans: Tibet and Ladakh

Q.6: Angora goats are found in ____________.

Ans: Jammu and Kashmir

Q.7: Llama and Alpaca are found in ___________.

Ans: South America

Q.8: Sheep are _________, so they prefer to eat grass and leaves.

Ans: herbivores

Q.9: The process of removing the thin layer of skin from sheep’s body is known as ____________.

Ans: Shearing

Q.10: Woollen fibres are processed to obtain _____________.

Ans: Woollen yarns

Q.11: Lohi breed is found in _________ and ___________.

Ans: Rajasthan and Punjab

Q.12: Rampur Bushair breed is found in _________ and ________.

Ans: Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh

Q.13: Nali breed is found in ___________, ___________ and ___________.

Ans: Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab

Q.14: Bakharwal breed is found in ________ .

Ans: Jammu and Kashmir

Q.15: Marwari breed is found in ___________.

Ans: Gujarat

Q.16: Patanwadi breed is found in __________.

Ans: Gujarat

Q.17: Which breed’s wool is used for hosiery ?

Ans: Patanwadi

Q.18: The process of washing sheared skin to remove dirt, dust and grease is known as ___________.

Ans: Scouring

Q.19: The process in which hair of different textures are separated is known as __________.

Ans: Sorting

Q.20: Which fatal blood disease is caused by anthrax bacteria ?

Ans: Sorter’s disease

Published by Priya Prakash

In the midst of winter, i found there was within me an invincible summer ~ Albert Camus

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