Chemical processing of textiles Colours in biological systems is one of the ways to secure growth, dissemination and protection of species. Colouration used by the human race introduces the aesthetic appeal of a human itself and textiles for clothing and interior textiles and other functional properties in some cases. Colours have been used throughout human
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