Published January 14, 2006
by Lulu.com .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||76|
Yonemura, M & N Rama Rao () A handbook of sericulture. I. Rearing of silk-worms. Government Branch Press, Mysore. The book is designed specially for use by university students, researchers and technologists engaged in sericulture. Research and development in the field of sericulture is at a very advance level in Japan than in any other country. The same is true of sericulture by: Series: Sericulture manual Paperback: pages Publisher: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations () Language: English ISBN ISBN Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a reviewFormat: Paperback. This book highlights the role of women in various activities involved activities involved in raising mulberry crop and rearing of silk worms. This research study supports the argument that sericulture is a highly profitable income generating activity to elevate the status of rural poor especially women.
bub_upload, Sericulture Publisher Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the . Download Introduction to Sericulture Study Materials In this article, we are going to provide Study Notes for the School of Agriculture. This subject is very important for This subject covers the topics of Sericulture in India, Importance of Sericulture, Human Resource Development, etc. Through this article, you can download Unit wise PDFs, Chapters, Topics, [ ]Author: Exam Notifications. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. In sericulture, the silkworm rearing process begins with the laying of eggs by the female silk moth. Typically, eggs are obtained from one female silk moth. These eggs (laid on a paper/cardboard sheet) are then disinfected with the help of a 2% formalin solution.
Potentials of sericulture industry. World silk markets. Bibliography. Index. This book has been brought out to facilitate the reader's knowledge about the art of rearing silkworms for silk. It covers a wide gamut of the sericulture arena beginning from the feeding of mulberry leaves to the silkworms right upto silk finishing and its trade. The book begins by looking at key aspects of sericulture, including the range of mulberry and non-mulberry species of silk worm, early and late stage rearing and harvesting of cocoons. Further chapters discuss reeling, weaving and spinning techniques as well as dyeing. In sericulture, the eggs are collected and stored in a cold place when the food (mulberry leaves) are not abundant to feed the larvae. In the early spring, with the enough supply of food, the eggs are hatched inside the incubator at the temperature of 0; Eggs hatch into larvae within days. About Book. It gives us an immense pleasure to bring out the text book, “A Textbook on Introduction to Sericulture and Soil Science” for B. Sc I semester students according to the syllabus of Jammu University. The treatise in hand is the outcome of our feelings that there is a need of comprehensive, compact and up-to-date book on this subject.