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.
it grows faster because it has more kinetic energy(moves faster) and produces more than if it was cold and moving slowly.
room temperature because it has more moisture and is warmer than a freezer.
It depends on the species. Some fungi prefer warm environments. Some, like the ones that decompose leaves during the winter and spring in temperate areas, grow best at cold temperatures.
it's grows better in humid [hot] conditions it does not grow in cold environments.
Well it grows when it is warm and dry just get a dry bread and leave it in a spot where the sunlight is and leave it a few hours our a day.
Heat because it has more moisture than cold areas so the making of mold grows faster
The particles move slower in cold temperatures
warmth, damp air
No type of mold will grow without water or moisture.
Temperature affects mold growth on strawberries because the amount of moisture depends on how the strawberry is kept fresh.
No, it's the opposite. Calcium propionate is used as a preservative in many baked goods to inhibit the growth of mold.
Compound agar is derived from Physcomitrella Patens. It is a basic medium that can grow many microorganisms such as mold and yeast. Other compounds can be added to the medium to allow more microbes to grow.
Bleach can kill mold BUT it's effectiveness does depend on the surface the mold is on. Mold can grow and be visible on both porous and non-porous materials. When dealing with mold on non-porous materials such as shower tiles, tubs, vinyl window trims, counter tops, etc. you can use bleach to kill the mold and disinfect. So what about mold growing on porous materials? In fact, using bleach to remove mold from porous materials like drywall and wood is said to aid in mold growth rather than killing it. Why is this? When bleach is used on porous materials like drywall and wood, the Iodine structure of bleach prevents Chlorine from soaking into the materials to kill the roots of molds and to make matters worse, the water element of bleach penetrates through the surfaces and feed the roots causing the mold to grow. Consult a professional if you are not sure.
Mold thrives in warmer temperatures; therefore the mold will grow faster at room temperature.
In heat because bread needs moisture to grow mold
Bread does mold in cold temperature but, the bread at room temperature will promote the bread's mold to grow faster than the cold temperature due to the fact that mold grows in warm dry places such as a counter , a garage during the summer, and outside when its warm and does not rain . mold can also grow when its very humid or hot .
no it is almost impossible for mold to grow at room temperature
Mold grows faster inside the fridge. The fridge is like an incubator for mold and fungal growth. This is due to the lack of oxygen and excess moisture in the fridge.
Mold will grow faster on white bread.
In heat because the moisture in the air will make the bread mold
the reason soda makes mold grow faster is because soda is high in sugar and sugar is food for mold.
The temperature is more of a factor than light.
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.