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APRL - 145

Ch. 1 - 5 Review
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Laura Oliver

on 8 October 2012

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Transcript of APRL - 145

Ch. 1 - 5 Natural Fiber Review Ch. 1 - 5 Review Natural Cellulosic Fibers Each group will be assigned a whole or a partial chapter.
Pull out key information from each chapter:
List and define of 5 most important key terms (no repeats)
List and explain fiber properties
Discuss suggested uses
Answer assigned review question Ch. 1 Ch. 2 Ch. 3 Ch. 3 Ch. 4 Ch. 4 Ch. 5 Ch. 5 A.




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G. B.




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H. Table Chapter Assignments Chapter. 1 - Introduction Key Terms
Define and discuss the Global Textile Complex
Explain how each of the following would use knowledge or information about textiles:
Technical designer for a discount store's bedding line
Interior designer for an architectural firm that specializes in office buildings and corporate headquarters Chapter 2: Product Development from a Textile Perspective Discuss the components of Product Development and describe how it determines what is available in the market
Define Serviceability and related key terms
Define and discuss Textile Performance
Explain the relationships among serviceability, product performance, and product development Chapter 3: Textile Fibers and their Properties Table C Fiber Classification
Terms related to:
Physical Structure
Chemical Composition
Aesthetics
Durability
Expand on the difference between the following sets of terminology: Cover and Translucence Strength and Abrasion Resistance Elongation and Elasticity Chapter 3: Textile Fibers and their Properties Table D Terms related to:
Comfort and Safety
Appearance Retention
Resistance to Light and Chemicals
Sustainability
Discuss Fiber Identification
Expand on the difference between the following sets of terminology: Absorbency and Wicking

Loft and Resiliency

Hand and texture Chapter 4: Natural Cellulosic Fibers Table E - Seed Fibers Chapter 4: Natural Cellulosic Fibers Table F - Bast Fibers Key Terms
List properties common to all Cellulosic Fibers
List and describe Seed Fibers
Discuss the classification of Cotton
List and discuss properties specific to Cotton
What are environmental concerns associated with cotton production?
What is the best way to identify a naturally cellulosic fiber? Key Terms
List and describe Bast Fibers
List and discuss properties specific to Flax
Compare the processing needed to separate fibers from the plant component for seed and bast fibers. Chapter 5: Natural Protein Fibers Table G - Wool Chapter 5: Natural Protein Fibers Table H - Silk Terms
Production
Physical Structure
Chemical Composition
Properties
Describe the similarities in the properties common to all protein fibers Terms
Production
Physical Structure
Chemical Composition
Properties
Although silk production was attempted in many parts of the world in the 16th through the 19th centuries, it usually failed. Propose five reasons why silk production might not succeed in an area.
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