What is th symbol for cotton?
The Textile Fiber Products Identification Act [TFPIA] requires all clothing to have labels that identify the fiber contents of each article. As with other fibers, the representation for cotton isn't a symbol, but the word cotton. The graphic symbol's the seal of Cotton Incorporated.
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When an object, concept or teaching is represented by somethingdifferent, then symbolism is being used. An example might be a birdin flight being used as a symbol for freedom or liberty. Somesymbols can be used to represent many different things. You have todecide, from context, what is trying to be… expressed. (MORE)
Cotton grows in warm climates and is mostly grown in the U.S., the Soviet Union, the Peoples Republic of China, and India. Other leading cotton growing countries are Brazil, Pakistan, and Turkey.
Answer . Symbols are images that represent an object or idea. Common symbols include flags of nations, crosses on churches, x - railroad crossing sign.. Symbols are appealing to use because they are often universal, crossing the language barriers between people. They are also emotionally motivat…ing, and are commonly used to make presentations more effective and appealing to a wide ranging audience.. Symbols make it easier to instantly recognize what we should do in traffic. People will recognize a stop sign that is red and octagonal more quickly than one that is square and white. Countries with various languages often use more symbolic traffic signs, rather than relying on languistic cues to guide drivers to their proper destination.. (MORE)
Symbols are a picture or most of the time animal that represents something. For example, the symbols of peace is birds/doves or the symbols of being strong is muscle.. The dictionary says: Something that stands for or suggests something else by reason of relationship, association, convention, or …accidental resemblance; especially : a visible sign of something invisible (the lion is a symbol of courage) An arbitrary or conventional sign used in writing or printing relating to a particular field to represent operations, quantities, elements, relations, or qualities An object or act representing something in the unconscious mind that has been repressed. On map:. Symbols are what we use everyday even if we don't know it. You see symbols when you drive, when you're at school and even at home. Symbols make things easier to understand especially when you're reading a map.. On a map there are lots of different symbols. For example, if there's a church, they don't write 'CHURCH', instead they put a cross to indicate there's a church. But sometimes it's hard to remember all of the symbols so sometimes they use colours. Areas with trees are coloured in green and lakes, rivers and oceans are coloured in blue. (MORE)
itis a tree with cotton on it and has lins near by the tree it repersents austrailan cotton
Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fibre that grows in a boll, or protective capsule, around the seed of cotton plants of the Genus Gossypium.
Bast who was also the cat goddess was a symbol of happiness to theEgyptians. Bast also represented love and fertility.
The symbol for cotton is lines with a cloudy blob on the front. The lines represent the plowed fields that the cotton grows in. The cloudy blob represents cotton itself.
No. Cotton grows on a sort of small bush-like plant. Go to Alabama and see for yourself. (or just go to google images))
The World's Most Exclusive Cotton Quality . Egyptian cotton is considered to be the world's most exclusive cotton quality. The reason for this is that the soil of Egypt is perfect for cotton cultivation. The result is a cotton fiber that is longer and thinner than other types of cotton from …other countries where conditions are not as favorable for cotton production. These long thin fiber strands are perfectly suited to create high quality linens, towels, blankets and clothing. Since the threads are so thin, it becomes easier to weave tight (thread count), which in turn leads to products that are softer and more durable. (MORE)
a red fern might be a good one. also, pictures of red coon hounds would be ok too.An ax that Billy used to kill the mountain lion and a ax that rubin had are some others.How about the trophies billy won at the contest?or the sack that billy used to carry old dan and little ann back home their first …day?search the book for more answers, and there are a lot of other good ones. thanks. (MORE)
Cotton is a busy plant that grows in many parts of the United States. It is planted in early spring and by fall the white flowers that grow on the plant become cotton bolls. When the cotton is ready to pick the grower kills the plant so the bolls will open to show the cotton inside. After the plant …is dead a cotton picker ( machine) goes through the rows of cotton and pulls the cotton off the plant. It usually takes about 3-5 times for the picker to get all the cotton. The picked cotton is put into big trailers and taken to a cotton gin where it is processed and the seeds removed. It is then packed into a big bale of cotton and shipped. (MORE)
The southern states of the US. The cotton gin was Eli Whitney's machine that made it easier to separate cottonseed from the cotton.
I had the same question.we chane cotton fibres to cotton fabric by doinng three(3) proccess(i)ginning,(ii)spinning&(iii)weaving
There is no symbol attached to the Ark, but I might suggest that it could mean Obedience, Safety, Family togetherness, Trust in the Lord. Righteousness. No doubt there are a few others that could be classed as the Ark as having some symbolic meaning. Noah's ark is a symbol of God's salvation.The… way of salvation is provided by God. The ark is a picture of Christ. (MORE)
Mormons do not use the cross as a symbol of our faith. Instead, the actions of our members are our symbols. It is how we act and what we do that represents the church. Our symbol is our members.. This is what President of the Church, Gordon B. Hinkley said, "I do not wish to give offense to any of …my Christian colleagues who use the cross on the steeples of their cathedrals and at the altars of their chapels, who wear it on their vestments, and imprint it on their books and other literature. But for us, the cross is the symbol of the dying Christ, while our message is a declaration of the Living Christ. . . The lives of our people must become the most meaningful expression of our faith and, in fact, therefore, the symbol of our worship." (MORE)
Cotton comes from cotton plants. In the US, the most common species is Gossypium hirsutum .
After the raw cotton has been cleaned, bleached & dried it gets carded and made into large sheets, which then get compressed and cut to the appropriate size.
Cotton is a bushy plant that is grown in different parts of the United States. In CA we plant our cotton by seed in the early spring and it grows all summer. The cotton plant has a flower that blooms and this flower becomes a cotton boll. The cotton boll is picked in late fall with a mechanical cott…on picker. Before this can be done the plant has to be killed and this is done through a chemical application sprayed on the plant. After the plant is dead the machine goes through the field pulling the cotton off the boll. This takes several times to get all the cotton and it is put into big trailers that hold the loose picked cotton. It is then taken to a cotton gin where it is ginned, the seeds removed and baled. The seeds are used to plant the next year for the new crop of cotton. (MORE)
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Cotton is a plant where the seeds and the parts of those seeds (the soft white fluff) are harvested. This fluff then goes to a factory to be woven into fibrous material called cotton fibre.
I personally think that we have symbols for many reasons such as; 1. to simplify maths but putting symbol in places to represent things, like in algebra 2 . to separate the world into country, county's and towns, like flags. 3. to represent different religions- like the cross for Christians, th…e 6 pointed star for the Jewish... etc 4. to show where certain places are, and to advertise things and places. 5. to brand a certain product so that no one else can copy the creatures ideas. 6. and finally to break the barrier between different languages. but that is in my opinion, and I don't think its that reliable so... :) (MORE)
when it is spun to make yarn on a machine. the cotton then strectches when it is being pulled by the machine and it makes it fabric.
They get big harvesters to harvest and put it in the mills and they it gets made. If I'm not right then inprove the answer. Love Maegan Lewis
first of all idont pick them so other people do like farmers. Around America you use machines to get cotton.But the places like India they get picked by hand. Thats not good!
Worldwide, the largest producers of cotton are China, the U.S., and India. Cotton needs to be grown in areas that are warm, and have both a rainy and dry season. As far as the U.S. production of cotton, it is grown in the southern states. California is one of the largest producers of cotton in the U…nited States. (MORE)
The cotton gin does not pick the cotton. It separates the cotton fiber from the seeds and other debris
It isn't. Cotton is a good source of natural fibre for making clothes from, for instance. However, overexposure to raw cotton fibers can cause lung disease and even early death. It did just that in cotton mills of the 1800's, until the mill owners started putting proper employee protections in pla…ce. (MORE)
Cotton is a very flexible material. If it was not flexible, then one would not make cloths out of it. Each cottonfibre can easily be bendt sideways. It does however not stretch much before it breaks. Regards.
There was almost nothing else. The lucrative cotton trade depended on slave labour, and the planters were ready to go to war to defend the 'peculiar institution'.
Of course people still grow cotton, but in the years leading up to the Civil War cotton was grown in the South. It was a difficult crop to grow, and was actually on the decline until Eli Whitney's cotton gin was introduced. This simple machine pulled the cotton away from the seeds. Combine this with… free slave labor, and cotton became much more profitable. However, as the soil exhausted, the crop moved further west. It did particularly well in an area called the Black Belt, named so because the soil was so dark and rich. Soon, all the South proclaimed, "Cotton is King!" (MORE)
Cotton is not naturaly water proof but there are substaces such as grease that may work as waterproofing agents
Jacquard is a weaving pattern; fabric woven from cotton in this pattern could be called jacquard cotton.
Cotton bolls are transported by first being compacted into moduleswith a machine called a module builder. A module is kind of like abale of cotton, except it weighs 10,000 to 20,000 pounds. Once themodule is built, it is loaded onto a flatbed truck and hauled tothe cotton gin. (An update: Since I w…rote that, John Deere and IH Case haveintroduced new cotton pickers that have onboard module builders.The minimodules so produced are round and weigh 5000 pounds. Afully equipped John Deere 7760 cotton picker is nearly $900,000 andyou only need it two weeks a year, so many of the guys who havethese are contract cotton harvest operators. They like the machinebecause it dramatically cuts down on the number of workers needed.) After the bolls are processed into cotton lint, it is compressedinto "standard density bales." These can be transported in regulardry vans or railroad boxcars. When the cotton is spun into yarn, woven into cloth and made intofinished goods, it can be transported like any other dry freight istransported. (MORE)
See the related link below. US paper currency isn't paper at all... it's a blend of 75% cotton lint and 25% linen. Cotton has been grown for centuries Cotton seeds are tough enough to last a travel across oceans on the wind. Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin Today they can grow blue and brown… cotton. All cotton plants are killed to get the cotton boles to open All cotton must be plowed under to stop the bole worm Usually takes at least 3-4 times with the cotton picker to get all cotton off a field If it rains while cotton is still on the field it will yellow dropping the price of the cotton. (MORE)
You can receive cotton from the Air Fluff in Bill's Ranch. Go to Larry in the southeast of Bill's Ranch, he's standing next to Klaus Klokenmeyer.
Cotton is is the best choice of material for people who suffer from allergies or asthma, or those who have skin that is sensitive and prone to irritation because it is hypoallergenic. Cotton is a natural fabric and allows for better air circulation, which helps remove and absorb body moisture, drawi…ng heat away from the skin and keeping the body cool and dry. Also, because cotton clothing breathes better, it's the best choice to keep you cool in hot, humid weather. (MORE)
Mg, which is the element Magnesium. For future reference, the number of protons an element has is the same as its atomic number on the periodic table. Hope this helps you in the future.
Standing in a field of rye, near a cliff, is Holden's dream job. His function would be to watch out for the kids playing in the field, and if one of them strays too close to the cliff, to catch them and bring them back to safety. It symbolizes Holden's idealized dream of keeping kids from growing up… too fast. (MORE)
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Well it gets spun round and round until it becomes all fluffy. Then it gets soaked in water and put into balls or clumps. Then when its dried you have cotton wool.
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A suffix forming nouns of action such as Birth. Or the chemical symbol for Thorium
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By using numerous blades which look like thin circular saw blades. The blades grab some cotton fibers and pull them through thin slots which are too thin to allow the seeds to pass through. The cleaned cotton is then rubbed off the blades on the other side of the slots.
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Inside the cotton fruit. Infact a number of seedcoat cells become elongated to form lint of the cotton for each seed.
Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fiber that grows in a boll, orprotective capsule, around the seeds of cotton plants of the genusGossypium. The fiber is almost pure cellulose. Under naturalconditions, the cotton bolls will tend to increase the dispersionof the seeds.
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The invention didn't change the way people interacted with the land except to be able to grow more cotton. The biggest impact was on the slave population. Because of the ability to grow more cotton more slaves were needed to pick, process, and work the fields so slavery grew as a result. By 1860 the…re were 4 million slaves in the US. (MORE)