Xiaobo Yu, Ph.D.
Xiaobo Yu, Ph.D.
Professor of Biological Sciences, Kean University, New Jersey
Verified email at kean.edu - Homepage
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Assessing the relative contribution of molecular and morphological characters in simultaneous analysis trees
RH Baker, X Yu, R DeSalle
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 9 (3), 427-436, 1998
A Silurian placoderm with osteichthyan-like marginal jaw bones
M Zhu, X Yu, PE Ahlberg, B Choo, J Lu, T Qiao, Q Qu, W Zhao, L Jia, ...
Nature 502 (7470), 188-193, 2013
A primitive fossil fish sheds light on the origin of bony fishes
M Zhu, X Yu, P Janvier
Nature 397 (6720), 607-610, 1999
A primitive sarcopterygian fish with an eyestalk
M Zhu, X Yu, PE Ahlberg
Nature 410 (6824), 81-84, 2001
A primitive fish close to the common ancestor of tetrapods and lungfish
M Zhu, X Yu
Nature 418 (6899), 767-770, 2002
Structure and phylogenetic significance of Diabolichthys speratus gen. et sp. nov., a new dipnoan-like form from the early Devonian of southeastern Yunnan, China.
M Chang, X Yu
Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 107 (3), 171-184, 1984
A new porolepiform-like fish, Psarolepis romeri, gen. et sp. nov. (Sarcopterygii, Osteichthyes) from the Lower Devonian of Yunnan, China
X Yu
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18 (2), 261-274, 1998
A primitive fish provides key characters bearing on deep osteichthyan phylogeny
M Zhu, X Yu, W Wang, W Zhao, L Jia
Nature 441 (7089), 77-80, 2006
A new crossopterygian, Youngolepis praecursor, gen. et sp. nov., from Lower Devonian of E. Yunnan, China
M Zhang, X Yu
Scientia Sinica, 1981
An antiarch placoderm shows that pelvic girdles arose at the root of jawed vertebrates
M Zhu, X Yu, B Choo, J Wang, L Jia
Biology Letters 8 (3), 453-456, 2012
Earliest known coelacanth skull extends the range of anatomically modern coelacanths to the Early Devonian
M Zhu, X Yu, J Lu, T Qiao, W Zhao, L Jia
Nature Communications 3, 772, 2012
Stem sarcopterygians have primitive polybasal fin articulation
M Zhu, X Yu
Biology Letters 5 (3), 372-375, 2009
Lower jaw character transitions among major sarcopterygian groups—a survey based on new materials from Yunnan, China
M Zhu, X Yu
Recent Advances in the Origin and Early Radiation of Vertebrates, 269-284, 2004
Reexamination of the relationship of Middle Devonian osteolepids-fossil characters and their interpretations
M Chang, X Yu
American Museum of Natural History Novitates, 1-20, 1997
Fossil fishes from China provide first evidence of dermal pelvic girdles in osteichthyans
M Zhu, X Yu, B Choo, Q Qu, L Jia, W Zhao, T Qiao, J Lu
PloS One 7 (4), e35103, 2012
Meemannia eos, a basal sarcopterygian fish from the Lower Devonian of China–expanded description and significance
M Zhu, W Wang, X Yu
Morphology, phylogeny and paleobiogeography of fossil fishes. München …, 2010
A new osteichthyan from the late Silurian of Yunnan, China
B Choo, M Zhu, Q Qu, X Yu, L Jia, W Zhao
PloS one 12 (3), e0170929, 2017
Cladistic analysis of sarcopterygian relationships, with a description of three new genera of Porolepiformes from the Lower Devonian of Yunnan, China
X Yu
Unpublished PhD Thesis, Yale University, New Haven, 1990
The origin and diversification of osteichthyans and sarcopterygians: rare Chinese fossil findings advance research on key issues of evolution
X Yu, M Zhu, WJ Zhao
Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences 24, 71-75, 2010
The evolution of the zygomatic bone from Agnatha to Tetrapoda
Z Gai, X Yu, M Zhu
The Anatomical Record 300 (1), 16-29, 2017
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