bread mould


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bread mould

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black mould

n
(Plants) a black saprotrophic zygomycete fungus, Rhizopus nigricans, occurring on decaying bread and vegetable matter
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Alvaz Adnan, a student of PakTurk School Lahore presented her biology project regarding pre-treatment of bread mould to remove azodyes from effluent of factories to win silver medal.
Alvaz Adnan, a student form presented her biology project regarding pre-treatment of bread mould to remove azodyes from effluent of factories to win silver medal.
Catcheside used the bread mould Neurospora crassa as an experimental organism and Noreen decided to investigate the chromosomal distribution of genes needed for synthesis of the amino acid methionine.
Mr and Mrs Ellis, from Mirfield, decided last autumn to grow some winter lettuce (they do not say which variety they used) in their cool glasshouse, only to find that the plants have been slowly devoured by a grey fungus that looks like bread mould.
Corroded batteries -- number wit held Only right money -- goods all sold Car park full -- oil light on Only sour milk -- even bread mould.
Yeast is a fungus ( other fungi include bread mould, penicillium, "thrush", aspergillius and downy mildew.
NEXT time you pick up a loaf covered in bread mould think twice before throwing it into the dustbin.
In this sense, we are not that far in genetic complexity from the common bread mould.
This was used to make the ceramic bread moulds in which the bread was baked.
Trends fade, bread moulds, people die," she says, shoving a box of his belongings into his arms and putting him out on the street.
Domestic utilitarian wares predominate, especially cooking wares, basins (some with spouts), bread moulds, and pot stands.