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Zooplankton species were grouped into 8 functional groups that vary spatially and followed a predictable seasonal pattern.

Total nitrogen, total phosphorus, ammonium, chlorophyll-a and water transparency were the major factor influencing zooplankton community.

Top-down control of phytoplankton by zooplankton in Xiquanyan reservoir is not strong enough to produce negative effect.

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