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The Black bread mold, Rhizopus, is a common type of fungus. It grows and reproduces the same way that most molds do. In asexual reproduction, the mold  ...

bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/2011/olbrantz_chri/reproduction.htm

Rhizopus stolonifer exhibits both sexual and asexual reproduction. ... When the mold comes in contact with a substrate, such as bread, it first spreads over the ...

www.backyardnature.net/f/bredmold.htm

ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION. bread mold fungus The drawing at the left shows a close-up of the asexually reproducing Bread Mold Fungus shown above.

www.reference.com/science/bread-mold-reproduce-9e65dc573c71f648

Bread mold reproduces asexually, using mitosis to form spores, and sexually. Sexual reproduction involves contact between opposite mating strains of the ...

website.nbm-mnb.ca/mycologywebpages/Moulds/Characteristics.html

Moulds, those dusty little spots often found spreading over bread, cheese, books, and ... Oospores (Figure 1) are produced when male gametes (reproductive ...

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May 16, 2008 ... Bread bold is a typical fungus with its distinguishing hypae that grow to form a mycelium. From this network of hypae develop the reproductive ...

www.moldbacteriafacts.com/what-is-mold/mold-on-bread

We've all seen it. Black, blue, or green fuzz growing on the top of the bread you put in your cupboard a few days ago. That fuzz is mold. Mold is a member of the ...

www.hunker.com/13421396/what-is-the-phylum-of-bread-mold

Jul 2, 2011 ... The taxonomy, or scientific classification, of bread molds defines the ... define the phyla of the Fungi kingdom by modes of sexual reproduction.

sciencing.com/bread-mold-5811687.html

Apr 24, 2017 ... Common bread molds are fuzzy and appear black or blue-green. ... Bread mold prefers warm, moist and dark environments. ... Reproduction.