The three factors that cause bread to mold are the presence of spores, availability
of a food source and optimal temperatures. Molds are microorganisms ...
Bread Mold Causes. We've all seen it. 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 ...
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.
Many of the colors you see on the moldy bread are due to the spores the fungi
have produced. Molds reproduce by making spores at the end of stalks that rises
Most mold on bread is harmless. Some molds are poisonous though and can
make you very ill. For that reason, eating moldy bread should be avoided. It isn't ...
Bread mold is a fungus, and like all fungi it loves to grow where it's warm and
humid. ... What causes yellow mold in bread? Judi Singleton ... “Bread Mold
Mold grows best in warm, moist conditions. It's a fungus, not a plant; light has
nothing to do with it. Fresh air doesn't really make it grow either, but ...
Sep 25, 2013 ... Many foods, especially bread, contain mold inhibitors and preservatives ... in food
and makes it harder for mold to use the nutrients for growth.
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 ...
Gather the necessary materials. To grow mold on bread you will need to collect
the following materials: a slice of bread (any kind), a sealable plastic bag, ...