cocoon


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Synonyms for cocoon

Words related to cocoon

silky envelope spun by the larvae of many insects to protect pupas and by spiders to protect eggs

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retreat as if into a cocoon, as from an unfriendly environment

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wrap in or as if in a cocoon, as for protection

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By June 14, Azerbaijan's silk growers delivered 499.28 tons of wet cocoons to Azeripek LLC,Trendreports.
The silk cocoons made by these insects are used to acquire silk.
1.--Photographs of (A) Amynthas agrestis cocoons (left) and Amynthas tokioensis cocoons (right) produced in a laboratory incubation study; (B) Angiestis cocoon surrounded by silt loam soil after 20 d of earthworm incubation; and (C) juvenile A.
This technique, known as cocoon planting technology, involves planting trees under drought conditions in relatively inexpensive biodegradable cocoons.
The installed production capacity of Mill is 55 MT of quality Eri spun silk yarn by consuming about 74 MT of Eri cocoons per annum.
Taken together, these are indicators of the presence of the much theorised hot cocoon, filling a gap in our knowledge of how a jet of material escaping a star interacts with the stellar envelope around it and providing a potential link between two previously distinct classes of supernovae.
Touched by the staff's solicitous attention, the Australian remained at Cocoon for two weeks.
With the help from Seri experts, she started making cocoon jewellery, home decor items, and hair accessories for woman.
Paige, from Harborne, defended pinching the cocoon and claimed that people are allowed to remove "dead" ones - something the sanctuary denies.
Many more things are reassuring in Cocoon. Upon stepping out of the elevator, the hallway has a settee on the right side of the hallway and at its side a small table with magazines.
Every month, the farmer collects 100 to 150kg.We pack the cocoon in gunny bags before exporting.
Abdominal cocoon, the primary form of "sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis," is a rare condition of idiopathic etiology that results in acute or subacute intestinal obstruction due to thick, fibrotic, cocoon-like membrane, partially or totally encasing the bowel loops.
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Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) in New Mexico, the CSIRO Australia Telescope Compact Array and the Giant Meter-wave Radio Telescope in India - astronomers confirmed a theory which predicted the cocoon formation model in the aftermath of the neutron star merger.
Unless basic properties such as silk fineness, cocoon weight, shell ratio, cleanness, and uniformity are known, it will be impossible to market such silk or even to go ahead for further value addition through reeling and weaving.