Fibres are elongated cells with pitted cell walls. They are found in water-conducting tissue, xylem (transport tissue in vascular plants ) and food-conducting tissue, phloem (living tissue carries organic nutrients), along leaf veins and margins, and surrounding vascular bundles in stems. Examples of commercial fibres are hemp fibre, flax fibre, jute fibre , rattan, and cotton fibre, used in making rope, mats and baskets. See also Fibre Morphology Overview, Fibre size and Fibre length.
TEXTILE FIBRE OVERVIEW
ECO-FASHION-DENIM AND DIAGRAMS DICTIONARIES OVERVIEW