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We are going to perform a mold bread experiment to grow our own mold and ... of your results for each slice of bread for the entire duration of the experiment.


This bread mold experiment will help your child learn about mold, and he'll ... While you wait for the results, work with your child to develop a hypothesis as to ...


Time required: 1 hour to prepare, 8 days for the science project experiment ... Hypothesis. Bread mold will grow more quikcly in warm and damp environments.


Mar 29, 2015 ... Mold is a pesky little organism with a mighty big appetite! It will eat through your shoes. It will nap on your walls. It loves a good loaf of bread.


Jun 23, 2015 ... By James Thompson Project Plan Design Bread mold fungus is the most ... the experiment, the Process of Data Collection As predicted, mold ...


This experiment uses 4 samples to test what conditions mold grow the best in. ... bread (4 slices); water; saran wrap (or some other air tight covering); 1 to 2 weeks of experiment time; Optional: Magnifying ... This allows them to draw the results.


A researcher will decide how much water to add to find the results of his experiment. The dependent variable would be when the mold started to grow. This is a ...


Comparing the Rate of Mold Growth on Different Breads ... Growth & Development Experiment ... Conclusion: The mold grew slowest with the Wonder bread.


Feb 8, 2014 ... Before reflecting on the results of this experiment, let's take a brief foray into food science. To grow, mold and other microorganisms need a few ...


Controlled, manipulated experiment ... Where will data be collected?: ... Results. Not one slice of bread had any singns of mold on them. There was suppose to ...