In their analyses of the genome data, Voight and colleagues also identified 649 likely genes that are not spidroin genes but are highly expressed in silk glands, and thus probably have roles in converting the liquid silk from spider cells into solid, spinnable
threads -- a tricky process that biotech engineers are just beginning to achieve outside of spiders.
Too, so-called spinnable
airplanes--those preferably lacking gyro-driven instruments, which typically are damaged by repeated spins--were becoming rare.
Therefore, a need emerges to develop/determine new environmentally friendly solvents that can form spinnable
gels in a large concentration range.
Negative correlation of fibre length and strength with seed surface area, number of spinnable
fibres per unit seed surface area, seed number per boll, lint percentage and other boll related traits was found (Smith and Coyle 1997).
Play consists of following a series of audio commands issued through speakers by the toy, which has multiple inputs including pull-handles, twistable cranks, spinnable
wheels, toggle switches, and a centrally located large round button that is pressed to start the game.
The methods are limited to spinnable
fluids, which do not include paints and inks unless they are highly thickened.
Only 10/90, 30/70 and 50/50 flax/cotton blends were spinnable
under this conditions.
net team has come up with a process that will build as many as 40 articles from just one spinnable
article and link them in a unique fashion that is not seen as unnatural by the other search engines.
Patent 7,563,398 (July 21, 2009), "Melt Spinnable
Concentrate Pellets Having Enhanced Reversible Thermal Properties," Mark Henry Hartmann and Monte Christopher Magill (Outlast Technologies, Inc.
Angoras produce soft, spinnable
fiber and are super portable.
One way that spinnable
material is measured is by the width of each fiber, in microns (1,000th of an inch).
Curatolo, "Preparation of Spinnable
Polyamide from Dinittle/Diamine/Water with Metal Salt of Oxygenated Phosphorus Compound Catalyst," U.