Mold is fungi. But it is from the kingdom threadlike fungi.
Yes, mold is type of multicellular fungi. Mold is also composed of hyphae.
bread mold is fungi because fungi eats dead or living things
no. yeast is a type of fungi and mold is a different type of fungi.
Mold is actually a part of the Fungi kingdom but mold does not decompose like most regular fungi do and grow on food that contain yeast but fungi grows in soil.
Black fuzzy mold is a zygote fungi
its derived from bread mold... a Fungi its derived from bread mold... a Fungi
nothing, there the same thing. mold and yeast are types of fungi
Fungi Mold is also called the Kingdom Mold.
The black bread mold Fungi group(Division) is 'Zygomycota'
Mold or Fungi are small organisms. They don't have the ability to produce their own food. But they can reproduce.
Yes. Mushrooms, mold, yeast, and mildew are all fungi.
Mold contains microscopic fungi
fungi and mold often grow were it is damp
Mould are mushroom are fungi.
fungi fungi it is both a plant and animal
No, they feed of decaying organic matter. Mold is a fungi type. Kingdom fungi is not photosynthetic
Mold is a subset of fungi.
The kingdom that slime mold is in is "Fungi'.
No, mold is not a plant. It is living but it is a fungi.
Mushrooms and mold are both fungi.
sort of. its a fungi no, it is a fungi
well chocolate milk has fungi and mold in it
Bleu cheese is not a fungi, it is a mold.
Bread Mold Fungi (fungi) Zygomycota Zygomycetes Mucoralis Mucoraceae Rhizopus R. stolonifer
Mold is a part of the kingdom fungi. The kingdom archaebacteria has bacteria and algae, but does not contain any fungi.
Three different types of fungi are mushrooms, mold, and moss. Mold was discovered to contain a medicine when it formed on bread. Actually, the mold on the bread was due to a spoilage of the yeast in the bread, which is another fungi.
NO Black bread mold is a Zygospore Fungi, but a type of Red Bread mold called"Neurospora crassa" is a sac Fungi.
slime molds engulf their food, and fungi do not.
yeast, mushrooms, and bread mold are fungi. but algae isn't;algae is a plant.
Apples mold, or rot, because they are being attacked by a fungi. The fungi a weak but can damage any fruit it finds.
Mold and mushrooms are both fungi, although mushrooms are not necessarily considered mold.
Bread mold belongs in Fungi.
Slime mold is a fungi-like protist.
No it is not. Penicillin is grown from mold (Penicillum fungi).
Mushrooms and mold are types of fungi.
Mold fungi eats things that aren't living like dead trees and stuff that's dead and rotted.
it is in the fungi kingdom
I'm assuming you are referring to the growth that is visible to your eyes and not under a microscope. If you cut a spot of mold or fungus in half, you will have two spots of mold or fungi.
Fungi, like mold, have the capability of growing in caves.
It is possible. Fungi are good at chemical warfare; if a species is unaffected by the chemicals secreted by another species, they can overgrow that species. There are many species of fungi that are parasitic on other fungi.
Some common fungi are mushrooms, mold, and yeast.
Yes, bread mold is an example of fungi
fungi like molds, such as slime mold, or possibly water mold.
Yes, mold is biotic because it is a living thing. It is a type of fungi.
A mold or fungi that lives on land as apposed to water. So not in water.
A form of the bread mold fungi called rizopus.
spores cases grow on the end of mold stalks on fungi
fungi :) :) The phylum would be Zygomycota and the kingdom is Fungi.
mold, mushrooms, etc...
It is of the kingdom "Fungi."