Does a banana grow mold faster tahn a sandwhich?
An unpeeled banana will unlikely grow mold faster than a sandwich. A peeled banana will likely grow mold faster than a sandwich due to higher sugar content and moisture.
However, it also depends on the conditions. Fridge vs. counter top, arid climate vs. moist, etc.
A banana would mold faster in orange juice because it is more acidic than milk. Molds can grow over a pH range of 2-8.5 however molds tend to grow better at an acidic pH.
Mold will grow onto a banana after a couple days...
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a banana will mold faster than a apple
yes banana molds faster than bread:)
Why Does mold grow faster on moist bread \
Black mold grows on bananas because the mold spores are located on the outside of the banana. Mold spores are found in the air and settle on most surfaces. The banana provides a moist atmosphere for the spores to grow.
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Swiss cheese will grow mold faster.
Coke would make mold grow faster... Sugar is food for the mold/fungus. Therefore, Coke with its high sugar content would make it grow faster.
Mold grows much faster out of the refrigerator because it requires a moist environment to thrive which may be more difficult in colder locations because they are rather dry.
Mold will grow faster on white bread.
Mold thrives in warmer temperatures; therefore the mold will grow faster at room temperature.
the reason soda makes mold grow faster is because soda is high in sugar and sugar is food for mold.
A banana will generally become undesirable for eating before an apple does. Mold might not even enter into the picture.
it groes faster on a strawberry
Mold usually grows on things in the dark because the light prevents the mold from growing. Mold will grow very slow when put in the sun but in the dark, it will grow faster! :)
Mold needs moisture to grow, so bread with more moisture should mold faster.
Mold can grow better in the light because when fruits get into the dark they can spoil faster and get soft/ugly
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It would grow faster "in the hot".
Yes, temperature affects mold growth. The warmer the temperatures are, the faster the mold can grow. Mold can grow on anything.
Yes. For example, a moist pirce of bread will grow mold faster than a dry piece.
Mold grows faster in an environment that seals in moisture. Apples create juice. If left out, it will grow mold. But a little slower than an apple in a bag.
mold grows faster on wheat because of its ingredients .
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i think it would mold faster in warm temperatures
i thank it will mold faster on the inside of the bag try it out and see :P
In heat because bread needs moisture to grow mold
It does mold in cold temperature but slower because it doesn't get enough moisture to mold faster so the process works slower. But if you had a warm enviorment that carries enough moisture in it than the mold will start to grow faster.
Yes. Mold will grow faster at warmer temperatures. If the bread is dried out, the mold won't grow.
Mold needs moisture, so it should grow faster on moist bread.
Banana For identical storage situations, the strawberries would normally develop mold first. If left out on the counter, I would expect to see mold on the strawberries in a day or two. The banana would still be ripening. Unless you are talking about sliced bananas . . . That could be a different story.
Common bread mold will grow faster on white bread; it contains more sugar. Keeping your bread as airtight as possible will help prevent mold from growing as well.
Where does mold grow faster on bread sunlight or in the dark and please write how or why they grow mold in their faster If you dont know the answer then dont answer it?
In the dark because in sunlight the moisture from the brbead would dy out
Unrefrigerated, mold thrives in dark, WARM, and moist places. Therefore, mold will grow more on unrefrigerated cheese.
Temperature is less important than moisture level, for mold to grow. Though, if your moist environment is warm, mold will grow faster there than it will someplace that is cold.
Yes because of the photosynthesis it cant make its own mold
Heat because it has more moisture than cold areas so the making of mold grows faster
not directly but light contains UV which inhibits mold growth
fruit as it is ALIVE!
In a moist and warm place
depends on conditions
Mold grows faster on whole grain because if you eat it the chemical digestion is faster I did the project in science and it turned out to be true
bread will mode faster out side of a fridge
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i think because the white has the right things made into it so that wheat grows mold faster
banana mold looks like a regular banana but with black spots on it and when you peel it the mold is on the banana so it will look different.