Black bread mold (Rhizopus stolonifer) is a widely distributed thread-like
mucoralean mold. Commonly found on bread surfaces, it takes food and nutrients
Although mold can grow on many types of foods, mold on bread is common
because bread provides a very desirable source of nutrients for mold.
We are going to perform a mold bread experiment to grow our own mold and find
out whether mold does indeed grow faster at higher temperatures.
You stick a loaf of bread in your breadbox or pantry, and a few days later you
begin to notice blue, green and black fuzz growing on top of it. Bread mold is a ...
Aug 22, 2013 ... When you see mold on food, is it safe to cut off the moldy part and use ... fuzzy
green dots on bread, white dust on Cheddar, coin-size velvety ...
bread (4 slices); water; saran wrap (or some other air tight covering); 1 to 2 weeks
of experiment time; Optional: Magnifying glass; Optional: Molds Printable ...
Have you noticed some brown powder-like substance on a loaf of bread that has
been kept ... Have you wondered why bread is so vulnerable to molds and fungi?
Most people are familiar with moldy bread or mold growth on cheese or other
food products that have been kept too long, so the "green fuzzy" characteristic of
The picture at the right, believe it or not, shows one of the most common fungi in
the world, the Bread Mold Fungus, Rhizopus stolonifer. A few days before the ...
Nov 5, 1998 ... You must have noticed fuzzy blue, green and black stuff growing on stale bread
from time to time, eh? This stuff is commonly called mold, and it ...