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High phosphate solubility is one of the most important factors for increasing plant growth. This study focused on the zinc phosphate (ZP) solubilizing capacity of thermo-halotolerant Aspergillus terreus, where the growth showed halo zones on Pikovskaya agar medium that appeared at high NaCl concentrations (up to 10%) and a wide range of temperatures (up to 45 °C). Acidification of the broth was assumed to be the major mechanism for ZP solubilization by A. terreus, where the growth was relateddoi:10.15376/biores.13.4.8012-8023 fatcat:paomvwbccvac7noh7t6s2cjeyq