Solution:The rearing of silkworms is used to represent sericulture.
Silk is a natural fibre. Therefore, Sericulture means ‘silk farming’. Sericulture is the rearing of silkworms to obtain silk fibre. Sericulture is the practice of growing larvae, particularly those of the domesticated silkworm, to produce raw silk (Bombyx mori) since silkworms are raised at the proper humidity and temperature levels to extract silk threads from their cocoons.