Per se, there are no differences in the raw fibre -- though more modern technologies may shorten the time it takes to work with the cocoons, and increase the number of cocoons available to harvest.
pure silk comes from silk fibers artificial silk comes from fibers that soft and "feel silky".
Silk worm is an animal that spins its cocoon. Humans harvest the cocoons and unravel the worm's work: this is silk, the fibre.
silk is the contribution they used. they made thing out of silk and got to wear clothes and armor
Wild silk is Harder to dye and differs in texture and color making it less uniform cultivated silk is more popular.
the silk weaver . and she from ancient china
they wrote on silk
The eastern silk road is mostly desert and the western silk road is mostly mountains
Natural silk: a product from the larvae of the insect Bombyx mori. The chemical structure of the fiber is proteinic. Artificial silk: man made fibers from cellulose and derivatives, polyesters, etc.
Silk wraps are pieces of artificial silk that are glued to the nails. Acrylics are powdered acrylic that is placed on the nail then cured with ultraviolet light.
Since there were no problems with different languages within the mankind from ancient times, the effects could be great.
The Silk Road, stretched from China to Xion. ps. Silk Road was built in ancient times/ancient China. Good luck
A silk women's shirt will be a little more daring but will need to be kept away from water.