I'm not really sure what you want to know. As far as I understand you, you are talking about something that is neither specific for German language, nor for verbs. I think, you are just talking about word formation (the act of creating new words from already existing ones) (Wortbildung in German).
Creating new words by adding prefixes, interfixes or suffixes ("affixes" as general term) is called derivation (Derivation in German). It exists in English too, and is not limited to verbs.
English examples (verbs):
de + form → deform
in + form → inform
per + form → perform
re + form → reform
Note, that deform, inform, perform etc. are distinct words. They are not forms of form! And the same is true for aufbauen, umbauen, anbauen etc. in German. They are distinct words.
im + possible → impossible
extra + terrestrial → extraterrestrial
over + dressed → overdressed
mid + night → midnight
sub + marine → submarine
ab + Leitung → Ableitung
durch + Schnitt → Durchschnitt
un + möglich → unmöglich
Yesterday evening you edited your question and changed it. Now you ask for a list or table of such verbs. This was not part of your initial question. It is strongly discouraged to change a question this way! Editing is for correction of typos, not for changing the question!
But anyway. Here is your table: Liste deutscher Präfixe