Petri dish culture of fungi from cereal grains

Petri dish culture of fungi from cereal grains

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Caption: Grain fungus. Petri dish culture containing colonies of various fungi obtained from cereal grain. Fungi like these can lead to spoilage of the grain. Fungi are simple life-forms which obtain food by direct absorption of nutrients, which in this case are provided by a culture medium. The furry appearance of the colonies is because the fungi are made up of fine hair-like hyphae and spore-producing structures. CROWN COPYRIGHT UNDER LICENCE FROM THE HEALTH & SAFETY LABORATORY & CONTROLLER OF HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE

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Keywords: cereal, culture, eumycota, fungal, fungal culture, fungal cultures, fungi, fungus, fungus culture, grain, grain spoilage, mycology, nature, petri dish

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