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

All forms of mold are a type of fungus. Mold draws all of its nutrients directly from other plants, animals and food. Bread mold typically appears as a green or black fuzz growing on the surface. More »

According to the University of Wisconsin, slime molds reproduce by producing spores. When conditions are right, slime molds create vertical structures that serve to hold and eventually release the spores. Sometimes, thes... More »

Fungi reproduce in one of two ways: asexually through mitosis, or sexually through meiosis. Sexual reproduction occurs far less frequently than asexual production and usually only when necessary to adapt to environmental... More »

Euglena gracilis reproduce through a process called mitosis. In order to complete this process, they must be exposed to the right temperature and must be well-fed. Once a Euglena gracilis completes mitosis, it will split... More »

The availability of mold spores, a suitable medium such as bread, suitable temperatures and considerable moisture are the four basic requirements for the growth of bread mold. Bread mold spores range in size from 3-40 mi... More »

Binary fission and mitosis are both asexual forms of cellular reproduction that duplicate the existing DNA in a mother cell and split the cell into two exact copies called daughter cells. Prokaryotes and some eukaryotic ... More »

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