Eukaryotic microbes consists of: protists, animals, fungi and plants.
In this post, we will be looking at fungi (mostly molds and yeast), protozoan, and helminths.
Fungi are organized into two categories:
Ascomycotina (sac-like fungi such as penicillium, aspergillus, yeast) and zygomycotina (molds such as rhizopus stolonifer)
asexual reproduction- budding
- sporangiospores (sac) zygomyces
- chlamydospores (walled in)
- conidiospores (no sac) ascomyces
Please see the following pages for Protozoan Anatomy and Helminths