Black bread mold (Rhizopus stolonifer) is a widely distributed thread-like
mucoralean mold. Commonly found on bread surfaces, it takes food and nutrients
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 ...
"How do I grow bread mold?" and, "How does [your favorite toxic substance]
affect bread mold?" are among the two most popular science fair-related
This bread mold experiment will help your child learn about mold, and he'll
develop important hypothesis-making and experiment-designing skills.
Dec 16, 2012 ... Grade 9 science experiment to determine the effects of water on bread mold
growth. The bread was kept inside plastic bags and temperature ...
PURPOSE. The purpose of my experiment was to determine how temperature
would affect the growth of mold on honey potato bread. The reason I became ...
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 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 is a simple fungus which derives its food from a variety of materials
such as grains, fruits, vegetables or flesh. Mold spores are tiny and usually ...