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Investigating the structural properties of biofilms is important as they undergo profound changes in their genetic and cellular make up once planktonic cells are converted to biofilm communities. Present study focused on examining the structural attributes of fungal-bacterial biofilms (FBBs), a novel introduction to biotechnological applications, in comparison to bacterial (BBs) and fungal (FBs) biofilms. Enterobacter sp. and Aspergillus sp. were used as the bacterial and fungal counterparts indoi:10.4038/cjs.v47i1.7490 fatcat:mpfyy44i7fexvhpkddljxrxrde