bread mold


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bread mold

[′bred ‚mōld]
(mycology)
Any fungus belonging to the family Mucoraceae in the order Mucorales.
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Moreover, the bread mold proteins have a structural feature, called a PAS domain, that also exists in clock's protein and in PER.
The whole, unpasteurized milk of the hearty Lacaune sheep is curdled with either lamb or calf rennet and inoculated with Penicillium roqueforti, the culture derived from bread mold. The curds are then ladled into the molds, left to finish draining, and then salted for several days before the cheeses eventually are moved to the caves at Roquefort-Sur-Soulzon, the village for which the cheese is named.
thermophila could find a place in the annals of science alongside other unknowns thrust into medical prominence, such as the bread mold that gave the world penicillin.
To plate: Spoon the potato hash mixture into the center of the bread mold followed by a spoonful of the escarole.
But while investigators had unearthed clock genes in mice, hamsters, fruit flies, bread mold, and other organisms, they had not enjoyed similar success with plants.
The core of her study concerns ceramics, specifically beer jars and bread molds, both of which would have provided the fundamental basis for economic exchange and relationships in the third millennium BC.
Divide dough in half and place in two 9-inch bread molds. Bake 15 minutes.