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 »

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 »

The three factors that cause bread to mold are the presence of spores, availability of a food source and optimal temperatures. Molds are microorganisms classified under kingdom Fungi. More »

The two words "mold" and "fungus" are often used interchangeably, but mold is a type of fungus. There are thousands of types of mold found mostly in water-damaged, damp or high-humidity areas. Mold can be found indoors a... More »

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According to the MadSci Network at Washington University, the type of bread that grows mold the fastest depends on the “water activity” present in the bread. The water activity is what helps scientists to determine the s... More »

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Brioche is a yeast bread of French origin. Unlike other types of French breads, brioche is made with eggs, butter and sugar, giving it a rich taste. More »

Bread is a carbohydrate, according to superskinnyme.com. It is classified as a complex carbohydrate, which contains starch and complex chains of sugar molecules. According to Health.com, a slice of bread contains around ... More »