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Quantitative analysis of glutathione and cysteine S-conjugates of microcystin-LR in the liver, kidney and muscle of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in Lake Taihu [期刊论文]
JOURNAL OF WATER AND HEALTH, 2017, 卷号: 15, 期号: 2, 页码: 300-307
Wu, Laiyan;  Wang, Songbo;  Tao, Min;  Xie, Ping;  Chen, Jun
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The relative importance of physicochemical factors and crustacean zooplankton as determinants of rotifer density and species distribution in lakes adjacent to the Yangtze River, China [期刊论文]
LIMNOLOGICA, 2010, 卷号: 40, 期号: 1, 页码: 1-7
Wang, Songbo;  Xie, Ping;  Geng, Hong
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Crustacean zooplankton distribution patterns and their biomass as related to trophic indicators of 29 shallow subtropical lakes [期刊论文]
LIMNOLOGICA, 2007, 卷号: 37, 期号: 3, 页码: 242-249
Wang, Songbo;  Xie, Ping;  Wu, Shikal;  Wu, Aiping
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Crustacean zooplankton size structure in aquaculture lakes: is larger size structure always associated with higher grazing pressure? [期刊论文]
HYDROBIOLOGIA, 2007, 卷号: 575, 页码: 203-209
Wang, Songbo;  Xie, Ping;  Wu, Shikai;  Wang, Haijun
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Phytoplankton biomass in relation to nutrients and zooplankton in thirty subtropical lakes adjacent to the Yangtze River, China [期刊论文]
FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED LIMNOLOGY, 2007, 卷号: 169, 期号: 1, 页码: 49-55
Wang, Songbo;  Xie, Ping;  Wu, Shikai;  Liang, Xiaomin
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Changes in the patterns of inorganic nitrogen and TN/TP ratio and the associated mechanism of biological regulation in the shallow lakes of the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River [期刊论文]
SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES D-EARTH SCIENCES, 2006, 卷号: 49, 页码: 126-134
Wu Shikai;  Xie Ping;  Wang Songbo;  Zhou Qiong
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