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That is funny. But is that possible? There are mushrooms that consume other mushrooms. If the food which the fungus settled and grew on ran out, could it possibily accept the fungus near it as a food source? Or just die?
Ah. It's never been disturbed really besides being picked up. So I guess it is still alive. I wonder if it still has food because it looks like it turned the piece of bread into a fungus city. I don't see any food left lol.
Hey, I grew some fungus in a petri dish once and its been months since I grew it. (grew from a piece of moist bread) It still looks as if it's alive and well. It doesn't look like its dead or anything. I'm sure no moisture is in the dish as it hasn't been opened for months. But it doesn't look like ...
- Fri Jun 10, 2005 8:38 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: microscope magnification amount for...?
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Hey, I was curious how much magnification is required with a microscope to be able to view something the size as, say, paramecium?