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FUNGI vs. MOLD

FUNGI vs. MOLD Mold is one type of fungus. It can measure from two to 10 microns in diameter, making it virtually invisible to the naked eye. When multiple mold spores grow close together they become visible as they spread … Continue reading

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Sunlight and Warmth to Prevent Mold

Sunlight to Prevent Mold Allowing sunlight in will reduce the chances of mold growing so open the curtains in rooms during the day to let natural light in. Mold loves dark spaces indoors to grow in. Warmth & Preventing Mold Air … Continue reading

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Mold and how it Function, The Significance,The Warning, The Effects.

Function Mold spores are microorganisms that eventually turn into spores. How exactly do these spores turn into full-fledged mold? In order for an organism to establish itself, it has to land onto something that it can grow and thrive on. … Continue reading

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There are many different kinds of spores

Spores  There are many different kinds of spores. Those that come from mold mycelia asexually are called conidia Ð a round ball containing a genetically identical fragment of the parent fungus. Acospores are different because they are formed when the … Continue reading

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