Yellow Slime Mould (Physarum polycephalum) Growing and Network Out  of Agar Petri Dish. Biology Laboratory Project, Scotland, UK.
RFR3ER0MYellow Slime Mould (Physarum polycephalum) Growing and Network Out of Agar Petri Dish. Biology Laboratory Project, Scotland, UK.
Close-up image of a yellow slime mould or slime mold (Physarum polycephalum) forming a tubular network of protoplasmic strands in search of food. Back
RF2G70YHYClose-up image of a yellow slime mould or slime mold (Physarum polycephalum) forming a tubular network of protoplasmic strands in search of food. Back
Sporangia of the Many Headed Slime of the species Physarum polycephalum scattered on the ground
RF2E03GYBSporangia of the Many Headed Slime of the species Physarum polycephalum scattered on the ground
Physarum polycephalum, literally the "many-headed slime", is a slime mold that inhabits shady, cool, moist areas, such as decaying leaves and logs. Like slime molds in general, it is sensitive to light; in particular, light can repel the slime mold and be a factor in triggering spore growth.
RMHEWK6NPhysarum polycephalum, literally the "many-headed slime", is a slime mold that inhabits shady, cool, moist areas, such as decaying leaves and logs. Like slime molds in general, it is sensitive to light; in particular, light can repel the slime mold and be a factor in triggering spore growth.
Plasmid of  the Many Headed Slime of the species Physarum polycephalum spread on a root of a tree
RF2DYXK69Plasmid of the Many Headed Slime of the species Physarum polycephalum spread on a root of a tree
Slime mold or slime mould is a broad term describing some organisms that use spores to reproduce. Slime molds were formerly classified as fungi but are no longer considered part of this kingdom.Although not related to one another, they are still sometimes grouped for convenience within the paraphyletic group referred to as kingdom Protista. Found in a wide variety of colors, more than 900 species of slime mold occur all over the world. Their common name refers to part of some of these organisms' life cycles where they can appear as gelatinous "slime".
RMHEX9JYSlime mold or slime mould is a broad term describing some organisms that use spores to reproduce. Slime molds were formerly classified as fungi but are no longer considered part of this kingdom.Although not related to one another, they are still sometimes grouped for convenience within the paraphyletic group referred to as kingdom Protista. Found in a wide variety of colors, more than 900 species of slime mold occur all over the world. Their common name refers to part of some of these organisms' life cycles where they can appear as gelatinous "slime".
Plasmid of  the Many Headed Slime of the species Physarum polycephalum spread on a root of a tree
RF2DYXK81Plasmid of the Many Headed Slime of the species Physarum polycephalum spread on a root of a tree
Yellow Slime Mould (Physarum polycephalum) Growing and Network Out  of Agar Petri Dish. Biology Laboratory Project, Scotland, UK.
RFR3ENXJYellow Slime Mould (Physarum polycephalum) Growing and Network Out of Agar Petri Dish. Biology Laboratory Project, Scotland, UK.
Sporangia of the Many Headed Slime of the species Physarum polycephalum scattered on dry leaves on the ground
RF2DYXK48Sporangia of the Many Headed Slime of the species Physarum polycephalum scattered on dry leaves on the ground
Yellow Slime Mould (Physarum polycephalum) Growing and Network Out  of Agar Petri Dish. Biology Laboratory Project, Scotland, UK.
RFR3ENBKYellow Slime Mould (Physarum polycephalum) Growing and Network Out of Agar Petri Dish. Biology Laboratory Project, Scotland, UK.
Sporangia of the Many Headed Slime of the species Physarum polycephalum scattered on dry leaves on the ground
RF2DYXKDGSporangia of the Many Headed Slime of the species Physarum polycephalum scattered on dry leaves on the ground
Yellow Slime Mould (Physarum polycephalum) Growing and Network Out  of Agar Petri Dish. Biology Laboratory Project, Scotland, UK.
RFR3EP4DYellow Slime Mould (Physarum polycephalum) Growing and Network Out of Agar Petri Dish. Biology Laboratory Project, Scotland, UK.