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Old 12-05-2008, 08:38 AM
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Here is my input:

To do this project you would have to test more than just one bread slice. Probably around 5-10, with different temperatures for each.

Try to get some cotton swabs and collect some dust, whipe it on each bread slice, add 2-3 drops of water (has to be same for each slice) and put in different temperatures throughout your house/apartment. Put them in a small plastic baggy.

Time each of the slices so they have the same amount of time to grow the mold... You also need a constant, a piece of bread without water or dust on it. Now wait and let it incubate for about 5-7 days.

I'm not completely sure about this, but I'm 90% sure that bread molds in moister, warmer temperatures rather than cold, moist temperatures. Mold, or fungi, can actually grow on frozen foods. Interesting, huh?

This is just my input, and you don't necessarily have to use this, but I hoped it helped.

Keep in touch. Ask any question over PM or this thread that you might have, and I'll help you out with this project.
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