Definition of Plant fibre

1. Noun. Fiber derived from plants.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plant Fibre

plant antitoxin
plant bug
plant casein
plant closing
plant community
plant components
plant department
plant dermatitis
plant disease
plant epidermis
plant families and groups
plant family
plant fiber
plant fibre (current term)
plant food
plant genus
plant growth regulators
plant growth substances
plant hopper
plant hormone
plant hormones
plant indican
plant kingdom
plant leaves
plant life
plant louse
plant material
plant oils

Literary usage of Plant fibre

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1897)
"Near by were found bedded in Layer 3 small pieces of bark, nuts, grass, twigs, and plant fibre unidentified, pieces of horn beam seed, ..."

2. The Birds of New Jersey by Charles Anthony Shriner (1896)
"Its nest is made of twigs and grasses, lined with small roots and plant fibre. The eggs are three or four in number, of a pale green with brown spots, ..."

3. Insulation and Design of Electrical Windings by Arthur Percy Morris Fleming, R. Johnson (1913)
"plant fibre is converted into cellulose by the action of strong alkalies, and the toughness and flexibility of the paper produced depends largely on the ..."

4. Bird Homes: The Nests, Eggs and Breeding Habits of the Land Birds Breeding by Arthur Radclyffe Dugmore (1900)
"The nest is a delicately built cup-like structure, about one and a half inches deep inside, and is composed of leaf stems, plant fibre, hair, grass, ..."

5. Bird Homes: The Nests, Eggs, and Breeding Habits of the Land Birds Breeding by Arthur Radclyffe Dugmore (1904)
"... plant fibre, fine grass, thin strips of bark, and hair ; some nests are built entirely of grass and strips of bark, with no soft materials. ..."

6. Dr. Jaeger's Essays on Health-culture by Gustav Jäger, Lewis R. S. Tomalin (1887)
"We may now return to the clothing question; fabrics of plant-fibre absorb, in the same manner as plain wood, the self-poison which emanates from human ..."

7. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1897)
"Near by were found bedded in Layer 3 small pieces of bark, nuts, grass, twigs, and plant fibre unidentified, pieces of horn beam seed, ..."

8. The Birds of New Jersey by Charles Anthony Shriner (1896)
"Its nest is made of twigs and grasses, lined with small roots and plant fibre. The eggs are three or four in number, of a pale green with brown spots, ..."

9. Insulation and Design of Electrical Windings by Arthur Percy Morris Fleming, R. Johnson (1913)
"plant fibre is converted into cellulose by the action of strong alkalies, and the toughness and flexibility of the paper produced depends largely on the ..."

10. Bird Homes: The Nests, Eggs and Breeding Habits of the Land Birds Breeding by Arthur Radclyffe Dugmore (1900)
"The nest is a delicately built cup-like structure, about one and a half inches deep inside, and is composed of leaf stems, plant fibre, hair, grass, ..."

11. Bird Homes: The Nests, Eggs, and Breeding Habits of the Land Birds Breeding by Arthur Radclyffe Dugmore (1904)
"... plant fibre, fine grass, thin strips of bark, and hair ; some nests are built entirely of grass and strips of bark, with no soft materials. ..."

12. Dr. Jaeger's Essays on Health-culture by Gustav Jäger, Lewis R. S. Tomalin (1887)
"We may now return to the clothing question; fabrics of plant-fibre absorb, in the same manner as plain wood, the self-poison which emanates from human ..."

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