Terrestrische Paläoklimatologie

Oleksandr Yaryhin, Dr.

Academic positions

Education

Research interests

My current research is mainly focused on the evolution and development of the chondrocranium in various land vertebrates, particularly in reptiles. Besides this, I am interested in skeletal anatomy, embryology and herpetology.

Selected publications

2017. Yaryhin O., Werneburg I. Chondrification and character identification in the skull exemplified for the basicranial anatomy of early squamate embryos. JEZ Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution. 328 (5): 476-488

2017. Klembara J., Dobiasova K., Hain M, Yaryhin O. Skull Anatomy and Ontogeny of Legless Lizard Pseudopus apodus (Pallas, 1775): Heterochronic Influences on Form. Anatomical record. 300 (3): 460–502

2015. Yaryhin O., Klembara J. Different embryonic origin of the basipterygoid process in two species of Lacerta (Squamata: Lacertidae). Biologia. 70 (4):530-534

2010. Kovtun M. F., Yarygin A. N. Formation of the Orbito-Temporal Region of Chondrocranium in Embryogenesis of the Sand Lizard, Lacerta agilis (Reptilia, Squamata). Vestnik Zoologii 44: 327-336. (In Russian)

2010. Yarygin A. N. Development of Pterygoquadrate Complex in the Embryogenesis of Sand Lizard, Lacerta agilis (Reptilia, Squamata). Vestnik Zoologii 44:107-114. (In English)

2009. Yarygin A. N. Formation of Parachordals, Acrochordal Cartilage and Trabecula Cranii in the Skull of the Sand Lizard, Lacerta agilis (Reptilia, Squamata). Vestnik Zoologii 43: 315-320 (in Rus. with Engl. abstract)