Cochineal (Dactylopius Coccus) as One of the Most Important Insects in Industrial Dyeing
1. Cochineal (Dactylopius Coccus) as One of the Most Important Insects in Industrial Dyeing

Hamze Esalat Nejad; Ahmad Esalat Nejad

Volume 1, Issue 11 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 1302-1308

Abstract
  Cochineal is the name of both crimson or carmine dye and the cochineal insect (Dactylopius coccus), a scale insect from which the dye is derived. There are other species in the genus ...  Read More
Rubia Tinctorum L. (Rubiaceae) or Madder as One of the Living Color to Dyeing Wool
2. Rubia Tinctorum L. (Rubiaceae) or Madder as One of the Living Color to Dyeing Wool

Hamze Esalat Nejad; Ahmad Esalat Nejad

Volume 1, Issue 11 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 1315-1319

Abstract
  The medicinal part of Rubia tinctorum is the dried root. The small yellowishgreen flowers are in loose, leafy, long-peduncled terminal or auxiliary cymes. The margin of the calyx is ...  Read More