How Does Bread Mold Reproduce?

Answer

Bread mold uses spores to reproduce. It releases the spores which is what helps the mold to grow. This is asexual reproduction.
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1 Additional Answer
Bread mold reproduces and takes over a loaf of bread by releasing spores into the air. It is spores in the air that land on the bread that causes bread to mold in the first place.
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