Since the initial number of cocoons
in the mass was 103, and that 79 Meteorus sp.
cannot tolerate freezing temperatures whereas the cocoons
of many other European lumbricids (including Lumbricus rubellus) are frost tolerant (Holmstrup et al.
Maximum of larval growth and uniform cocoon
production determined by mulberry leaves varieties and caused that long silk fiber in silkworm fed on foreign variety compared with local varieties .
Starting in 2003, the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) proved that hermetic storage of paddy and rice seed using 5-ton Cocoons
produced results equivalent to storing under air conditioning or refrigeration for periods of up to a year.
Thousands of caterpillars in the Netherlands spun a giant cocoon
that coated everything nearby, including the car, trees, and even the street.
were maintained in plastic containers (83 mm diam.
has been crafted for Sean's needs by a company called Orthodocs and gives him protection against the everyday obstacles he faces at the Teesside Cheshire Home in Marske, where he has lived for ten years.
Unfortunately it is not easy to develop natural silk from wild worm cocoon
production depends on the season, dry and rainy seasons.
After finding some cocoons
in various calibers, we headed out of Last Chance Canyon to explore some mines.
The harshest stage was when the slim fingers of young girls were dipped repeatedly into almost boiling water to catch the end of the silk thread from the cocoons
From the works of 1966 (grouped under the title "Nostalgia of the Body" and to which Stone and Air, the pebble and plastic bag proposition alluded to above belongs) all the way through to the therapeutic work at the end of her life, two aspects of Clark's production become exceedingly important: the temporal dimension (her propositions required progressively more time to open up like cocoons
and affect the participants) and the literal embodiment of the material props as what Melanie Klein called "part objects," the imagery of one's own body parts fleetingly summoned during the enactment of the proposition.
The age of connecting is about consumers emerging from their cocoons
and reconnecting with the outside world.