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Petri dish culture of fungi from cereal grains

Petri dish culture of fungi from cereal grains

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CROWN COPYRIGHT / HEALTH & SAFETY LABORATORY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY CROWN COPYRIGHT / HEALTH & SAFETY LABORATORY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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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