The diagrams below shows the life cycle of silkworm and the stage of the production of silk cloths. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparison where relevant.
The diagram illustrates the life cycle of silkworm and the manufacture of silk cloths. Overall, there are four natural phases of the life cycle of silkworm starting from the moth's egg and ending with a cocoon while the silk cloths have five linear man-made stages beginning with the cocoon being processed and finishing with weaving.
According to cyclical chart, the life of silkworm is started with the moth producing the moth's egg and after that the egg will be brood for ten days. With around 6 weeks of consuming mulberry, it would become larvae then silk thread used to cover its body is produced by larvae needing 3-8 days. The fourth phase happened when the full body of the larva has been covered by the silk thread and in this phase the larva becomes a cocoon for 16 days before it starts to be a moth.
Meanwhile the production of silk cloths is initiated by selecting the good cocoon that will be used. After that, the cocoon is boiled in the water in the proper heat. The third process is the thread should be unwind and stretched for 300-900 meters. Then, the twist process is started with the dry thread that is given the dye. Turning to the final stage, the colorful thread is ready to be woven.