In order to investigate the effect on morphology of Rhizopus oryzae and production of lactic acid, various interface materials were used. Morphology of fungal showed sheet and flock when resin was added. The production of lactic acid was increased dramatically when interface materials were added. Furthermore, the effect of resin was more significant than that of others. It was assumed that interface materials could absorb substrate and microorganism together, so microorganism was not inhibited by substrate. The effect of static electric field on the interface culture was studied. When the exerting potential was 6.78 voltage, the biomass y was obviously higher than that of zero voltage. A simulated gas-solid interface system was developed to study the growth and two phases model for the growth of Rhizopus oryzae was build up that depended on the symmetric branching theory. An important parameter F was researched. The results indicated that the value of F had obvious difference at exponential and deceleration period, respectively.