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Details of the Faculty or Staff
Name  
XU Xing
Title  
    
Highest  
Education  
   Doctor
Office  
   142 Xi-Zhi-Men-Wai ST., Beijing, 100044, China
Phone  
   010-88369196
Zip Code  
   100044
Fax  
   010-68337001
Email  
   xuxing@ivpp.ac.cn

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Seleted Publication:
  • xu et al 2007. A gigantic bird-like dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of China. (pdf)
  • Upchurch et al 2007. A re-evaluation of Chinshakiangosaurus chunghoensis Ye vide Dong 1992 (Dinosauria, Sauropodomorpha): implications for cranial evolution in basal sauropod dinosaurs.  (pdf)
  • Li et al 2007. A gliding lizard from the Early Cretaceous of China.(pdf)
  • Erickson et al. 2007. Growth patterns in brooding dinosaurs reveals the timing of sexual maturity in non-avian dinosaurs and genesis of the avian condition. (pdf)
  • xu et al 2006.A basal ceratopsian with transitional features from the Late Jurassic of northwestern China.  (pdf)
  • Xu et al 2006.A New Titanosaurian Sauropod from Late Cretaceous of Nei Mongol, China. (pdf)
  • xu et al 2006. A basal tyrannosauroid dinosaur from the late Jurassic of China. (pdf)
  • xu 2006. Scales, feathers and dinosaurs. (pdf)
  • xu et al 2005. Could 'four-winged' dinosaurs fly? (pdf)
  • xu & Zhang 2005. A new maniraptoran dinosaur from China with long feathers on the metatarsus. (pdf)
  • Rauhut et Xu, 2005.The small theropod dinosaurs tugulusaurus and phaedrolosaurus from the early Cretaceous of xinjiang, China. (pdf)
  • Barrett et Xu, 2005.A reassessment of dianchungosaurus lufengensis yang, 1982a, an enigmatic reptile from the lower lufeng formation (lower Jurassic) of yunnan province, people’s republic of China.  (pdf)
  • xu & Norell 2004. A new troodontid dinosaur from China with avian-like sleeping posture. (pdf)
  • xu et al 2004.Basal tyrannosauroids from China and evidence for protofeathers in tyrannosauroids. (pdf)
  • Clark , Xu et al 2004.A Middle Jurassic ‘sphenosuchian’ from China and the origin of the crocodylian skull. (pdf)
  • xu et al 2003. Four-winged dinosaurs from China. (pdf)
  • xu et al 2002.A ceratopsian dinosaur from China and the early evolution of Ceratopsia. (pdf)
  • xu et al 2002. A basal troodontid from the Early Cretaceous of China. (pdf)
  • xu et al 2002. An unusual oviraptorosaurian dinosaur from China. (pdf)
  • Rowe et al, 2001. Pattern and intensity of physical activity. (pdf)
  • xu and wu 2001.Agigantic bird-like dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of China. (pdf)
  • Xu et al. 2001. Branched integumental structures in Sinornithosaurus and the origin of feathers.(pdf)
  • xu et al 2001. A juvenile ankylosaur form China. (pdf)
  • Xu et al, 2000. The smallest known non-avian theropod dinosaur. (pdf)
  • swisher et al, 1999. Cretaceous age for the feathered dinosaurs of Liaoning, China. (pdf)
  • xu et al,1999. A dromaeosaurid dinosaur with a ®lamentous integument from the Yixian Formation of China. (pdf)
  • xu et al 1999. Atherizinosauroid dinosaur with integumentary structures from China. (pdf)
  • Zhao et Xu, 1998. The oldest coelurosaurian. (pdf)
 

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