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Yu J, He H, Liu Z, Jeppesen E, Chen F, Zhang Y.  2019.  Carbon Transfer from Cyanobacteria to Pelagic and Benthic Consumers in a Subtropical Lake: Evidence from a 13C Labelling Experiment. 11:1536.
He H, Han Y, Li Q, Jeppesen E, Li K, Yu J, Liu Z.  2019.  Crucian Carp (Carassius carassius) Strongly Affect C/N/P Stoichiometry of Suspended Particulate Matter in Shallow Warm Water Eutrophic Lakes. 11:524.
He H, Jin H, Jeppesen E, Li K, Liu Z, Zhang Y.  2018.  Fish-mediated plankton responses to increased temperature in subtropical aquatic mesocosm ecosystems: Implications for lake management. 144:304–311.
Yu J, Xia M, He H, Jeppesen E, Guan B, Ren Z, Elser JJ, Liu Z.  2020.  The host mussel Sinanodonta woodiana alleviates negative effects of a small omnivorous fish (Acheilognathus macropterus) on water quality: A mesocosm experiment. 39:752–761.
Yang L, He H, Guan B, Yu J, Yao Z, Zhen W, Yin C, Wang Q, Jeppesen E, Liu Z.  2020.  Mesocosm experiment reveals a strong positive effect of snail presence on macrophyte growth, resulting from control of epiphyton and nuisance filamentous algae: Implications for shallow lake management. 705:135958.
Yu J, Xia M, Kong M, He H, Guan B, Liu Z, Jeppesen E.  2020.  A small omnivorous bitterling fish (Acheilognathus macropterus) facilitates dominance of cyanobacteria, rotifers and Limnodrilus in an outdoor mesocosm experiment. 27:23862–23870.
He H, Li Q, Li J, Han Y, Cao Y, Liu W, Yu J, Li K, Liu Z, Jeppesen E.  2020.  Turning up the heat: warming influences plankton biomass and spring phenology in subtropical waters characterized by extensive fish omnivory. 194:251–265.