How Does Fungus Grow on Food?

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Fungus in an organism that belongs to class eukaryotic and comprises of microorganisms like yeast and mold. They grow on food where the environment has plenty nutrients and moisture. Fungal colonisation on food creates spores which may develop on a cell called mycelium. After the formation of mycelium, fungi start producing spores which may be grey or black in colour.
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