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  Wu Liu, Lynne A. Schepartz, Song Xing, Sari Miller-Antonio, Xiujie Wu, Erik Trinkaus, María Martinón-Torres. 2013. Late Middle Pleistocene hominin teeth from Panxian Dadong, South China. Journal of Human Evolution, 64(5):337-355.   

  Song Xing, Victoria Gibbon, Ronald Clarke and Wu Liu. 2013. Geometric morphometric analyses of the orbit shape in Asian, African and European human populations. Anthropological Science, 121(1):1-11.    

  Wu Xiujie, Liu Wu and Bae C. 2012. Craniofacial Variation between Southern and Northern Neolithic and modern Chinese. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 22(1):98-104.   

  Lee Berger, Liu Wu, Wu Xiujie. 2012. Investigation of a credible report by a US Marine on the location of the missing Peking Man fossils. South African Journal of Sciences, 108(3/4):1-3.   

  Liu Wu and Wu Xiujie. 2011. The hominid fossils from China contemporaneous with the Neanderthals and some related studies. In S. Condemi and G.-C. Weniger (eds.), Continuity and Discontinuity in the Peopling of Europe: One Hundred Fifty Years of Neanderthal Study, Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology, (DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-0492-3_7), Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 77-87.   

  Xiu-Jie Wu, Lynne Schepartz, Wu Liu and Erik Trinkaus. 2011. Antemortem Trauma and Survival in the Late Middle Pleistocene Human Cranium from Maba, South China. PNAS, 108(49): 19558–19562.    

  Wu Liu, Chang-Zhu Jin, Ying-Qi Zhang et al. 2010. Human remains from Zhirendong, South China, and modern human emergence in East Asia. PNAS, 107(45):19201-19206.   

  Liu Wu, Wu Xianzhu, Pei Shuwen and Wu Xiujie. 2010. A preliminary report on Huanglong Cave: A Late Pleistocene human fossil site in Hubei Province, China. Quaternary International, 211:29-41.   

  Liu Wu Zhang Quanchao, Wu Xiujie, Zhu Hong. 2010. Tooth wear and dental pathology of the Bronze-Iron age’s people in Xinjiang, Northwest China: implications on their diet and life style. HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology, 61(2): 102-116.   

  Liu Wu, Wu Xiujie, Steve Wang and Li Haijun. 2010. The pelvis of a Late Pleistocene hominin from Liujiang, South China: Its body shape, body size, and encephalization. L'Anthropologie,  114(5):543-563.   

  Liu Wu, Ronald Clarke and Xing Song. 2010. Geometric morphometric analysis of the early Pleistocene hominin teeth from Jianshi, Hubei Province, China. SCIENCE CHINA Earth  

  Sciences(Science in China Series D), 53(8):1141-1152.   

  Liu Wu, Wu Xianzhu, Pei Shuwen and Wu Xiujie. 2010. Huanglong Cave: A newly found Late Pleistocene human fossil site in Hubei Province, China. Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 24(2):115-119.   

  Xiujie Wu, Lynne A Schepartz and Wu Liu. 2010. A new Homo erectus (Zhoukoudian V) brain endocast from China. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 277:337-344.   

  Shara E. Bailey and Liu Wu. 2010. A comparative dental metrical and morphological analysis of a Middle Pleistocene hominid maxilla from Chaoxian (Chaohu). Quaternary International, 211:14-23.   

  Li Haijun, Wu Xiujie, Li Shenghu, Huang Weiwen and Liu Wu. 2010. Late Pleistocene human skull from Jingchuan, Gansu Province. Chinese Science Bulletin, 55(11): 1047-1052.   

  Liu Wu, Wu Xianzhu, Li Yiyin, Deng Chenglong, Wu Xiujie and Pei Shuwen. 2009. Evidence of fire use of late Pleistocene humans from Hunaglong Cave, Hubei Province, China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 54(2):256-264.   

  Yaowu Hu, Hong Shang, Haowen Tong, Olaf Nehlicha, Wu Liu, Chaohong Zhao, Jincheng Yu, Changsui Wang, Erik Trinkausd,, and Michael P. Richardsa. 2009. Stable isotope dietary analysis of the Tianyuan 1 early modern human. PNAS, 106(27):10971-10974.   

  Xing Song, Zhou Mi and Liu Wu. 2009. Crown morphology and variation of the lower premolars of Zhoukoudian Homo erectus. Chinese Science Bulletin, 54(21):3905-3915.   

  Liu Wu. 2008. The recent discoveries and research advances of late Pleistocene human evolution in China. BULLETIN DU MUSEE D ANTHROPOLOGIE PREHISTORIQUE  DE MONACO, 46:27-31.  

  Wu Xiujie, Liu Wu, Dong Wei et al. The brain morphology of Homo Liujiang cranium fossil by three-dimensional computed tomography. Chinese Science Bulletin, 53(16):2513-2519.   

  Shang Hong, Erik Trinkaus, Liu Wu, Xinzhi Wu, Qizhi Zhu. 2008. Neurocranial Abnormalities of the Lantian 2 (Gongwangling) Homo erectus. Journal of Archaeological Science,  35(9):2589-2593.    

  Wu Xiujie, Liu Wu, Zhang Quanchao, Zhu Hong and Christopher Norton. 2007.  Craniofacial morphological microevolution of Holocene populations in northern China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 52(12):1167-1168.   

  Wu Xiujie, Liu Wu and Norton CJ. 2007.  Endocast — the direct evidence and recent advances in the study of human brain evolution. Progress in Natural Science, 17(9):993-1002.   

  Liu Wu, Amélie Vialet, Wu Xiujie. 2006. Comparisons of some cranial features on late Pleistocene and Holocene Chinese hominids (Zhoukoudian Upper-Cave, Longxian and Yanqing sites. L'Anthropologie, 110(2):258-276.    

  Wu Xianzhu, Liu Wu*, Gao Xing and Yin Gongming. 2006. Huanglong Cave, a new late Pleistocene hominid site in Yunxi of Hubei Province, China. Chinese Science Bulletin. 51(20):2493-2499.   

  Liu Wu. 2006. Some problems on the studies in the late Pleistocene human evolution and formation of modern human populations. Progress in Natural Science, 16(12):1233-1241.   

  Wu Xiujie, Schepartz L, Falk D and Liu Wu. 2006. Endocast of Hexian Homo erectus from south China. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 26:(3):445-454.   

  Shang Hong, Liu Wu, Wu Xinzhi and Dong Guangrong.  2006. Upper Pleistocene Human scapula from Salawusu, Inner Mongolia. Chinese Science Bulletin. 51(17):2110-2115.   

  Liu Wu, Zhang Yinyun and Wu Xinzhi. 2005. A middle Pleistocene human cranium from Tangshan, Nanjing of southeast China: A comparisons with Homo erectus from Eurasia and Africa based on new reconstruction. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 25(3):253-262.   

  Liu Wu and Zheng Liang. 2005. Tooth wear differences between the Yuanmou hominoid and Lufengpithecus. International Journal of Primatology, 26(2):491-506.   

  Liu Wu and Zheng Liang. 2005. The comparisons of tooth size and morphology between the late Miocene hominoids from Lufeng and Yuanmou, China, and the implications. Anthropological Science, 113(1):73-77.   

  Wu Xiujie, Liu Wu and Wang Zhaoxian. 2004. The human parietal fossil found in Shuidonggou site, Ningxia, China. Anthropological Science, 112(1):83-89.   

  Liu Wu . 2003. Dental evidence to support the continuity evolution of humans in China. In: Lee Yung-jo (ed.), Commemorating 40 years for Palaeolithic Studies – Palaeolithic Men’s Lives and Their Sites.  PP. 161-181. 

  Schwartz GT, Liu Wu and Zheng Liang. 2003.  Preliminary investigation of dental microstructure in the Yuanmou hominoid sample, Yunnan Province, China. Journal of Human Evolution, 44(3):189-202.    

  Liu Wu, Gao Feng and Zheng Liang. 2002. The diet analysis from tooth size and morphology for Yuanmou hominoids, Yunnan Province, China. Anthropological Science. 110(2):149-163.   

  Liu Wu, Zheng Liang and Alan Walker. 2002. Three-dimensional morphometric analyses of hominoid lower molars from Yuanmou of Yunnan Province, China. Acta Anthropologica Sinica, Supplement to Vol. 21:1-13. 人类学学报(英文版增刊).   

  Liu W, Hlusko L and Zheng L. 2001. Morphometric analysis of hominoid lower molars found in Yuanmou of Yunnan Province, China. Primates. 42(2):123-134.   

  Liu, W., L. Zheng and C. Jiang, 2000. The statistical analyses of the metric data of hominoid teeth found in Yuanmou of China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 45:936-942.   

  Liu Wu, 1999. Dental morphology and continuity of prehistoric and historic humans of China. In: Omoto(eds). Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Origins of the Japanese. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Origins of the Japanese. Kyoto: International research Center for Japanese Studies.  

  Motoharu Suzuki, Hisao Kato and Liu Wu. 1998. Somatometrical study on the inhibitants of Gifu Prefecture Japan 1. People of Hagiwara Town. Journal of Liberal Arts and Science, Asahi University, 23:121-128.  

  Liu Wu, 1997. The dental continuity of humans in China from Pleistocene to Holocene, and the origin of Mongoloids. Proc 30th Int'l Geol Congr, 21:24-32. 

  Liu Wu. 1997. The changes of tooth size for the prehistoric and modern Chinese. In: Chinese Society for Anatomical Sciences(eds). XIVth International Symposium on Morphological Sciences. Beijing: International Academic Publishers, 199. 

  Liu Wu and Zeng Xianglong, 1995. Preliminary impression of current dental anthropology research in China. Dental Anthropology Newsletter, 9(3):1-5. 

  Liu Wu and C.G. Turner II, 1993. Brief communication: variation in the frequency and form of the lower permanent molar Middle Trigonid Crest. American Journal of Physical Anthropoloy, 91:245-248.   

  Liu Wu and C.G. Turner II, 1993. Puerco dental morphology and pathology. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper, 3:305-318.  

  M. Suzuki and Liu Wu. 1993. The regional quality of the peoples of the East Asia. Journal of Liberal Arts and Science, Asahi University, 19:159-176.  

  Liu Wu, 1992. Dental anthropology in China. Dental Anthropology Newsletter. 7:2-3.  

  Liu Wu, 1989. Sex determination of Chinese femur by discriminant function. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 34:1222-1227.   


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