|MadSci Network: Cell Biology|
I'm asking because my biology teacher is a pain and I need to know if what she is teaching is wrong. She told the class that bread mold is a spore that lands on bread by means of air. I know this information is correct. She also said that the bread mold shows up on the bread right as the mold sets in. I asked about the whole slice of bread being infected but she said no. My parents and my grandparents are nurses (I know this doesn't make them mold geniuses) and they said I shouldn't listen to her because she is wrong. Who should I believe?
Re: Has bread mold already 'eaten' through the bread by the time it is visible?
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