The basic morphology of a fungi takes place in two different methods: the release of spores, and by individual cells that multiply by a process known as budding, or fission. More »

One method of getting rid of fungus on the toenails involves a daily cleaning and treatment regimen with a 10 percent undecylenic acid topical solution that is specially formulated to penetrate the nails. Nail fungal inf... More »

The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin and other polymers, especially glucans, which are long chains of glucose. Chitin plays the same role in fungal cell walls as cellulose does in plant cell walls. It provides stre... More »

The life cycle of a fungus includes a fruiting structure that produces spores, the spores themselves and the germination of spores into a new fungus. The exact mechanism differs between sexual and asexual reproduction. More »

Bacteria are asexual organisms that typically reproduce through a process known as binary fission. During binary fission, cells replicate and copy DNA to new cells before cell division occurs. More »

Bacteria are living one-celled creatures that most often reproduce by an original cell splitting in half, a process known as binary fission. This process begins once a cell has grown to be big enough — about twice its or... More »

According to Jennifer Welsh for Live Science, amoebas are generally considered to reproduce asexually through a process called binary fission. This describes the act when the nucleus of one cell is spurred to divide into... More »