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Ethnobotany Garden - "The role of plants in society"
... short, fat cigar like wad which is often bound with fine fibers to hold it in shape. With conspicuous pleasure, the large ... a furred tongue, and a fusty body odor. Second, cholinergic preganglionic fibers of the sympathetic nervous system stimulate the adrenal medulla to ... hallucinogens. The main hallucinogen used by the Yanomamo is ebene, a fine powder snuff that is blown forcibly into another manís ...
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Indoor Air Pollution - Asbestos
... of forming dust particles when crushed, asbestos divides into millions of fine fibers in the manufacturing process (1). Asbestos fibers can have serious effects on your health if inhaled. There is ... about 20% of public buildings(4). This, coupled with the discovery of environmental asbestos fibers and asbestos bodies during autopsies, has heightened anxiety about asbestos exposure in buildings. ...
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Selecting Insulated Vests And Jackets, HYG-5540-93
... fiberfills; however, polyester and olefin are the most desirable fibers for insulated jackets and vests. When used as insulation, these fibers are specially designed to form a thick, resilient fiber ... olefin/35% polyester, and Thermolite, 100% polyester, feature tiny micro fibers blown to form a high density web. The extremely fine fibers provide an increased surface area to efficiently trap air for ...
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Microfibers: Functional Beauty, HYG-5546-96
... . This effect occurs with microfibers. Each of the many very fine fibers moves independently to create lovely drape, yet the fine fibers can be packed together tightly for body in a fabric. ... similar weight. Because microfibers are so fine, many fibers can be packed together very tightly. The denseness results in other desirable properties. With many more fine fibers required to form a yarn, ...
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Soil FAQ
... down through a 1/4" mesh screen embeds a multitude of fine fibers in one's skin. There are many better alternatives to ... called "America's Choice" was long-fiber sawmill residue. The long fibers provided plant support but were coarse enough to avoid packing down ... ability to store nutrients and Willy disagrees. More properly, the porous fibers have an ion exchange capacity as do clays. The ability ...
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Populus trichocarpa To rr
... of other orders. High soil acidity (low pH) may restrict occurrence of black cottonwood on fine-textured soils where other site factors are favorable (9). Studies in British Columbia (27) have ... grain, fine, even texture, and is light in weight. It dries easily, is moderately stable in use, and, although not strong, is tough for its weight. Black cottonwood has short, fine fibers and ...
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cactus-books.com: Agaves of Continental North America by Howard S. Gentry
... data and photos with me. When I asked Dr. Gentry about the fine points of funding research and writing, he smiled and said: "You know, ... Perspective...................3 Agave as Food................................5 The Beverages of Agaves......................8 Agave Fibers................................16 Agave as a Paper Source.....................20 Medicinal and Miscellaneous Uses............21 ...
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Plant Fibers Photos 3
... Word Index Noteworthy Plants Trivia Lemnaceae Biology 101 Botany Search Photos Of Plants Used For Fibers Vegetable Sponges, Ti Plant, Pandanus, Broomcorn, Belize Thatch Palm, Hyphaene Palm & Panama Hat Palm ***All ... . The bark of wild banana or giant strelitzia is torn apart to yield a soft, fine string which alternates with the ilala leaves. Another species of African Hyphaene (H. ventricosa) along ...
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Plant Fibers
... soaking bast fibers in water and processing the fibers by retting, cooking and beating. A mold (generally made from a fine lattice of ... stems. Bast fibers (and sometimes the associated xylem tissue) constitute the main source of stem fibers. Flax and ramie are fine and white, ... actually consists of two proteins, fibroin and sericin. The fibers are very fine and lustrous, about 1/2500th of an inch in ...
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Open Directory - Shopping: Crafts: Supplies: Fiber Arts: Yarn
... , and accessories for hand knitting. Fiberworks - Weaving yarns searchable by content or color. Fine Fibers - Manufactures and sells fleece, roving and woolen yarns. Fingerlakes Yarns - Manufacturer of yarns ... fiber knitting yarns. One Fine Yarn - Specializes in natural fiber yarns of wool, cotton, silk, and alpaca. Ozeyarn - Offering knitting yarns in natural fibers including Merino wool, cashmere, ...
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