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Relationship between seed coat fragment content and yarn strength depending on the range of fiber quality

Krifa Mourad, Bachelier Bruno, Frydrych Richard, Gourlot Jean-Paul, Giner Michel. 2001. Relationship between seed coat fragment content and yarn strength depending on the range of fiber quality. In : Proceedings of the Beltwide cotton conference, United States, 10-12. 01/2001. vol.2 / National Cotton Council of America; The Cotton Foundation. Memphis : NCC, pp. 1279-1281. Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Anaheim, États-Unis, 9 January 2001/13 January 2001.

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Abstract : The hypothesis that fiber quality and the presence of seed coat fragments are related is put forward to explain the variability noted in yarn strength and was tested by selecting cottons from a population and evaluating their technological characteristics. Two cotton groups could be differentiated (so-called "good" and "poor" qualities) for ring-spun 20 text yarn. The results obtained show that the higher the quality of the fibers, the more pronounced the negative impact of SCF on yarn structure. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés Agrovoc : Coton, Qualité technologique, Propriété technologique

Classification Agris : Q60 - Processing of non-food or non-feed agricultural products

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