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Title: Effect of Katha leaves dye on UAS sheep breed wool
Authors: Rashmi, A
Mahale, Geeta
Sunanda, R K
Javed, M
Keywords: Acacia catechu
Cutch Tree
UAS sheep wool
Issue Date: Dec-2004
Publisher: CSIR
IPC CodeInt. cl. 7C09B 61/00, D06P 1/34, D06P 3/14
Abstract: The present trend towards revival of natural dyes has encouraged researchers to develop variety of natural dyes from various plants for different fabrics.Among such natural dyes is the Acacia catechu Linn. which is a good source of tannin, gum, timber, fuel and fodder also. The leaves of the tree are also rich in tannin but are left unused.  Hence, an attempt was made to dye the UAS sheep breed wool (off white colour) with a dye extracted from leaves and dyed samples were assessed for their physical parameters.
Page(s): 413-417
ISSN: 0975-1092 (Online); 0972-592X (Print)
Source:NPR Vol.3(6) [November-December 2004]

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