Recently one of our website visitors wanted to know the difference between moulds and bacteria.
Moulds and bacteria are very different organisms. They are genetically unrelated. Moulds are larger, complex and grow as long, multi‑celled filaments (hyphae). Those filaments can aggregate to form larger masses (referred to as mycelia) visible to unaided eye. That is why we can see mould growth, for example, on a wall surface. Bacteria are smaller, single-celled and less complex. Requirements for growth and the means of reproduction for moulds and bacteria differ in many aspects.
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