BC: the end
FC: The project about | moldy | bread | 5.19.14 | by, Hazel Anthony
1: the big question | Which bread would have the most mold,the one in a light and warm place or dark and cool place?
2: hypothesis I think there will be more mold on the slice of bread in the light and warm place because I think a cooler place is better for bread
3: If you see weird colored spots on your bread, that's mold. Bread mold is a type of fungus. There is aspergillus, fusariam, monascus, penicillium, and more. There are various colors and textures. Some mold is toxic. Mold is not only on bread, but also on grains, fruit, veggies, and flesh. Usually the mold i see on bread is dark green, dark yellow, black, and a white mold that is as white as snow. If you eat mold, you'll throw up, get food poisoning, or diarrhea. If you ate | research | it and nothing happens, you're probably fine. you shouldn't be grossed out.Humans antibiotics are made of mold. It's also important for the ecosystem. So, if you see mold on your food just throw it away. Also, remember that mold is not only that nasty fungus, but helpful in life.
4: step-by-step procedure | 1) take out 2 slices of bread 2)put one slice in a plastic plate 3) put the other on another plastic plate 4) get a dropper and drop water everywhere on both slices 5) put them in ziploc bags and label one light and warm place and the other dark and cool place 6) put them in the area that they are labeled 7) check every other day for mold 8) record data while looking for mold 9) when done compare both slices 10) finally, throw both slices away and make the project
5: materials | 2 slices of white bread 2 plastic plates 2 ziploc bags 1 dropper 1 cup of water 1 marker
6: my data are the sheets (above) that show how much mold there was | Data
7: C o n c l u s i o n
8: now some photos