The fungi include a variety of general forms–yeast, mold, mushrooms, and imperfect fungi. They reproduce in a variety of ways – by a bud arising from a parent yeast cell, by the addition of a vegetative cell to chains of cells called hyphae, and by the production of both asexual and sexual spores.
Although fungi form both asexual and sexual spores, they are classified based on the type of sexual spore they form.The
Saccharomyces are known as "yeasts". These slides show high dry and oil views of yeasts. Several asexual buds are mapped on the oil slides, byt only one or two.