Ncert exemplar solutions
Our top 5% students will be awarded a special scholarship to Lido.

Fibre to Fabric | Fibre to Fabric - Exercise

Question 19

19.Steps for the production of silk are given below in a jumbled order. Arrange them in their proper sequence.

(a) Eggs are warmed to a suitable temperature for the larvae to hatch from eggs.

(b) Fibers are taken out from the cocoon.

(c) After 25 to 30 days, the caterpillars stop eating and start spinning cocoons.

(d) The larvae/caterpillars or silkworms are kept in clean trays along with freshly chopped mulberry leaves.

(e) Female silk moths lay eggs.

(f) Cocoons are kept under the sun or boiled in water.

Looking to do well in your science exam ?  
Learn from an expert tutor. Book a free class!

(e) Female silk moths lay eggs.

(a) Eggs are warmed to a suitable temperature for the larvae to hatch from eggs.

(d) The larvae/caterpillars or silkworms are kept in clean trays along with freshly chopped mulberry leaves.

(c) After 25 to 30 days, the caterpillars stop eating and start spinning cocoons.

(f) Cocoons are kept under the sun or boiled in water.

(b) Fibers are taken out from the cocoon.

Set your child up for success with Lido, book a class today!

Our top 5% students will be awarded a special scholarship to Lido.

subject-cta

Question 19

19.Steps for the production of silk are given below in a jumbled order. Arrange them in their proper sequence.

(a) Eggs are warmed to a suitable temperature for the larvae to hatch from eggs.

(b) Fibers are taken out from the cocoon.

(c) After 25 to 30 days, the caterpillars stop eating and start spinning cocoons.

(d) The larvae/caterpillars or silkworms are kept in clean trays along with freshly chopped mulberry leaves.

(e) Female silk moths lay eggs.

(f) Cocoons are kept under the sun or boiled in water.

Looking to do well in your science exam ? Learn from an expert tutor. Book a free class!

(e) Female silk moths lay eggs.

(a) Eggs are warmed to a suitable temperature for the larvae to hatch from eggs.

(d) The larvae/caterpillars or silkworms are kept in clean trays along with freshly chopped mulberry leaves.

(c) After 25 to 30 days, the caterpillars stop eating and start spinning cocoons.

(f) Cocoons are kept under the sun or boiled in water.

(b) Fibers are taken out from the cocoon.

Our top 5% students will be awarded a special scholarship to Lido.

subject-cta
Connect with us on social media!
2021 © Quality Tutorials Pvt Ltd All rights reserved
`