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Bread Mould Experiment
Transcript of Bread Mould Experiment
- 3 plastic bags
- 3 pieces of bread
- electricity (for the toaster)
- measuring spoons
- recording log Unfortunately we only had 6 days of observation. This was because the bread was getting smelly and weird. Observation Circle
(here) oO Observation Circle Oo Day 1 Since it was the day that we started the experiments,
there was no change, nothing at all. Day 2 No changes to normal and dry pieces,
but wet has grown green mould on one
side of the bread. Day 3 No change to dry or normal bread but a wet has 5 1/2 cm of mould and some touching the crust. Day 4 No change for dry and normal bread but wet bread has 7 cm of yellow, white, and green mould. Day 5 No change to normal and dry mould but lots of
mould on both sides of wet bread. About 8 cm
long of mould. There were lots of colours like
black, green, white, and yellow mould. Day 6 Still no mould on final day for dry and normal. Same amount of mould for wet as Day 5. White, yellow, green, and black mould. There is a yellow line of mould across the bread 5 cm long. Conclusion In conclusion my hypothesis was right and the wet bread grew the most (and only) mould. I can logically assume that the more moisture the bread has, the more mould it will grow. This was a fair test because each of the bread pieces had equal time to grow. The End