The simple splitting of a cell into two daughter cells (fission) is another means of increasing the population and is characteristic of bacteria and some yeasts.
Other yeasts employ budding, in which a small outgrowth is formed on the parental cell. The nucleus of the parent cell divides and one daughter nucleus migrates into the bud. The bud increases in size and eventually breaks off.
Special case of reproduction methods in yeasts, fungi whose vegetative body is composed of single cells