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  1. Casal J., Storer F., and Lawrence, P.A. Planar cell polarity: intracellular asymmetry and supracellular gradients of Frizzled. Open Biology 13: 230105 (2023).
  2. Chorro A., Verma B., Homfeldt M., Ibáñez B., Lawrence P.A., and Casal J. Planar cell polarity: intracellular asymmetry and supracellular gradients of Dachsous. Open Biology 12: 20195 (2022).
  3. Morata G. and Lawrence P.A. An exciting period of Drosophila developmental biology: Of imaginal discs, clones, compartments, parasegments and homeotic genes. Developmental Biology 484: 12–21 (2022).
  4. Pietra S., Ng K., Lawrence P.A. and Casal J. Planar cell polarity in the larval epidermis of Drosophila and the role of microtubules. Open Biology 10:200290 (2020).
  5. Wolpert L, Tickle C, Martinez Arias A, Lawrence P.A. and Locke J. Principles of Development. 6th Edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York (2019).
  6. Lawrence P.A, Casal J., de Celis, J.F., and Morata, G. A refutation to 'A new A-P compartment boundary and organizer in holometabolous insect wings.' Scientific Reports 9: 7049 (2019).
  7. Casal J., Ibáñez-Jiménez B., and Lawrence P.A. Planar cell polarity: the prickle gene acts independently on both the Ds/Ft and the Stan/Fz systems. Development 145: dev168112 (2018).
  8. Lawrence P.A., and Casal J. Planar cell polarity: two genetic systems use one mechanism to read gradients. Development 145: dev168229. (2018).
  9. Lawrence P.A. Francis Crick: A Singular Approach to Scientific Discovery. Cell 167: 1436-1439 (2016).
  10. Lawrence P.A. The last 50 years: Mismeasurement and mismanagement are impeding scientific research. Current Topics in Developmental Biology 116: 617-631. (2016).
  11. Saavedra P., Brittle, A., Palacios, I.M., Strutt, D. Casal J. and Lawrence P.A. Planar cell polarity: the Dachsous/Fat system contributes differently to the embryonic and larval stages of Drosophila. Biology Open 5: 397–408. (2016).
  12. Rovira M., Saavedra P., Casal J. and Lawrence P.A. Regions within a single epidermal cell of Drosophila can be planar polarised independently. eLife 4: e06303. (2015).
  13. Wolpert L.,Tickle C., Martinez-Arias A., Lawrence P.A., Lumsden A., Robertson E., Meyerowitz E., and Smith J. Principles of Development. Fifth edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York (2015).
  14. Saavedra P., Vincent J.P., Palacios I., Lawrence P.A., and Casal J. Plasticity of both planar cell polarity and cell identity during the development of Drosophila. eLife 3: e01569. (2014).
  15. Lawrence P.A., and Casal J. The mechanisms of planar cell polarity, growth and the Hippo pathway: Some known unknowns. Dev. Biol. 377: 1-8. (2013).
  16. Struhl G., Casal J.,and Lawrence P.A. Dissecting the molecular bridges that mediate the function of Frizzled in planar cell polarity. Development 139: 3665-3674 (2012).
  17. Krzemień, J., Fabre, C. C. G., Casal, J., and Lawrence, P. A. The muscle pattern of the Drosophila abdomen depends on a subdivision of the anterior compartment of each segment. Development, 139:75-83 (2012).
  18. Fabre C.C.G., Hedwig B., Conduit G., Lawrence P.A., Goodwin S., and Casal J. Substrate-borne vibratory communication during courtship in Drosophila melanogaster. Curr. Biol. 22: 2180-2185 (2012).
  19. Wolpert L., Tickle C., Lawrence P.A., Meyerowitz E., Robertson E., Smith J., and Jessel T. Principles of Development. Fourth edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York (2011).
  20. Lawrence, P. A. Planar cell polarity. Fashioning solutions. Fly, 5: 126-128 (2011).
  21. Repiso, A., Saavedra, P., Casal, J. and Lawrence, P. A. Planar cell polarity: the orientation of larval denticles in Drosophila appears to depend on gradients of Dachsous and Fat. Development, 137: 3411-3415 (2010).
  22. Fabre, C. C. G., Casal, J. and Lawrence P. A. . Mechanosensilla in the adult abdomen of Drosophila: engrailed and slit help to corral the peripheral sensory axons into segmental bundles. Development, 137: 2885-2894 (2010).
  23. Brittle, A. L., Repiso, A., Casal, J., Lawrence, P. A. and Strutt, D. Four-Jointed Modulates Growth and Planar Polarity by Reducing the Affinity of Dachsous for Fat. Curr. Biol. 20, 803-810 (2010).
  24. J. Briscoe, P. A. Lawrence, and J. P. Vincent (editors). Generation and Interpretation of Morphogen Gradients. A Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology Collection. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York pp. 308 (2010).
  25. Lawrence, P.A. Real Lives and White Lies in the Funding of Scientific Research PLoS Biol 7(9): e1000197 (2009).
  26. Lawrence, P.A., Struhl G. and Casal, J. Planar Cell Polarity: A Bridge Too Far? Current Biology 18, R959-R961 (2008). See also related publications [a].
  27. Lawrence, P.A.,Struhl G. and Casal, J. Do the protocadherins Fat and Dachsous link up to determine both planar cell polarity and the dimensions of organs? Nature Cell Biol. 10, 1379 - 1382 (2008).
  28. Lawrence, P.A. Retiring retirement. Nature 453, 588-590 (2008).
  29. Lawrence, P.A. Lost in publication: how measurement harms science. ESEP 8, pp8 (2008).
  30. Fabre, C.C.G, Casal, J. and Lawrence, P.A. The abdomen of Drosophila: does planar cell polarity orient the neurons of mechanosensory bristles? Neural Development 3:12 (2008).
  31. Wolpert, L., Jessell, T., Lawrence, P., Meyerowitz, E., Robertson, E. and Smith, J. Principles of Development. Third edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York pp. 551 (2007).
  32. Lawrence, P. A., Struhl, G. and Casal, J. Planar cell polarity: one or two pathways? Nature Reviews Genetics. 8, 555-563 (2007).
  33. Lawrence, P.A. The mismeasurement of Science. Current Biology 17, R583-R585 (2007).
  34. Lawrence, P.A. and Levine, M. Mosaic and regulative development: two faces of one coin. Current Biology 16, R236-R239 (2006).
  35. Lawrence, P.A. Men, women and ghosts in Science. PLOS Biology 4, 13-15 (2006).
  36. Casal, J., Lawrence, P.A. and Struhl, G. Two separate molecular systems, Dachsous/Fat and Starry night/Frizzled, act independently to confer planar cell polarity. Development 133, 4561-4572 (2006).
  37. Lawrence, P.A. Casal, J. and Struhl, G. Cell interactions and planar polarity in the abdominal epidermis of Drosophila. Development 131, 4651-4664 (2004). Supplementary Material.
  38. Lawrence, P.A. Last hideout of the unknown? Nature 249, 247 (2004).
  39. Lawrence, P.A. The politics of publication. Nature 422, 259-261 (2003).
  40. Denholm, B., Sudarsan, V., Pasalodos-Sánchez, S., Artero, R., Lawrence, P.A, Maddrell, S., Baylies, M. and Skaer, H. Dual origin of the renal tubules in Drosophila: mesodermal cells integrate and polarize to establish secretory function. Current Biology 13, 1052-1057 (2003).
  41. Wolpert, L., Beddington, R., Jessell, T., Lawrence, P. and Meyerowitz, E. and Smith, J. Principles of Development. Second edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York pp. 542 (2002).
  42. Lawrence, P.A., Casal, J. and Struhl, G. Towards a model of the organisation of planar polarity and pattern in the Drosophila abdomen. Development 129, 2749-2760 (2002).
  43. Lawrence, P.A. Rank injustice. The misallocation of credit is endemic in science. Nature, 415, 835-836 (2002).
  44. Casal, J., Struhl, G and Lawrence, P.A. Developmental compartments and planar polarity in Drosophila. Current Biology 12, 1189-1198 (2002).
  45. Llimargas, M. and Lawrence, P. A. Seven Wnt homologues in Drosophila: A case study of the developing tracheae. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 98,14487-14492 (2001).
  46. Lawrence, P. A. Science or Alchemy? Nature Reviews Genetics 2, 139-142 (2001).
  47. Lawrence, P.A. Morphogens: how big is the big picture? Nature Cell Biology, 3, E151-E154 (2001).
  48. Day, S.J. and Lawrence, P.A. Measuring dimensions: the regulation of shape and size. Development 127, 2977-2987 (2000).
  49. Calleja, M., Herranz, H., Estella, C., Casal, J., Lawrence, P.A., Simpson, P. and Morata, G. The body plan of Drosophila: the pannier gene forms medial and lateral domains. Development 127, 3971-3980 (2000).
  50. Lawrence, P.A., Casal, J. and Struhl, G. The Hedgehog morphogen and gradients of cell affinity in the abdomen of Drosophila. Development 126, 2441-2449 (1999).
  51. Lawrence, P.A., Casal, J. and Struhl, G. Hedgehog and engrailed: pattern formation and polarity in the Drosophila abdomen. Development 126, 2431-2439 (1999).
  52. Wolpert, L., Beddington, R., Brockes, J., Jessell, T., Lawrence, P. and Meyerowitz, E. Principles of Development. Current Biology and Oxford University Press, London and Oxford pp. 484 (1998).
  53. Lawrence, P.A. and Pick, L. How does the fushi tarazu gene activate engrailed in Drosophila embryos? Dev. Genet., 23, 28-34 (1998).
  54. Struhl, G., Barbash, D. and Lawrence, P.A. Hedgehog organises the pattern and polarity of epidermal cells in the Drosophila abdomen. Development, 124, 2143-2154 (1997).
  55. Struhl, G., Barbash, D. and Lawrence, P.A. Hedgehog acts by distinct gradient and signal relay mechanisms to organise cell type and cell polarity in the Drosophila abdomen. Development, 124, 2155-2165 (1997).
  56. Lawrence, P.A. and Locke, M. A man for our season. Nature, 386, 757-758 (1997).
  57. Lawrence, P.A. and Struhl, G. Morphogens, compartments and pattern: Lessons from Drosophila? Cell, 85, 951-961 (1996).
  58. Lawrence, P.A., Sanson, B and Vincent, J.-P. Compartments, wingless and engrailed: patterning the ventral epidermis of Drosophila embryos. Development, 122, 4095-4103 (1996).
  59. Azpiazu, N., Lawrence, P.A., Vincent, J.-P. and Frasch, M. Segmentation and specification of the Drosophila mesoderm. Genes and Dev., 10, 3183-3194 (1996).
  60. Müller, J., Gaunt, S. and Lawrence, P.A. Function of the Polycomb protein is conserved in mice and flies. Development, 121, 2847-2852 (1995).
  61. Lawrence, P.A., Bodmer, R. and Vincent, J.-P. Segmental patterning of heart precursors in Drosophila. Development, 121, 4303-4308 (1995).
  62. Vincent, J.-P. and Lawrence, P.A. Drosophila wingless sustains engrailed expression only in adjoining cells: evidence from mosaic embryos. Cell 77, 909-915 (1994).
  63. Lawrence, P.A. and Morata, G. Homeobox genes: their function in Drosophila segmentation and pattern formation. Cell, 78, 181-189 (1994).
  64. Lawrence, P.A., Johnston, P. and Vincent, J.-P. Wingless can bring about a mesoderm-to-ectoderm induction in Drosophila embryos. Development, 120, 3355-3359 (1994).
  65. Busturia, A. and Lawrence, P.A. Regulation of cell number in Drosophila. Nature, 370, 561-563 (1994).
  66. Sampedro, J., Johnston, P. and Lawrence, P.A. A role for wingless in the segmental gradient of Drosophila? Development, 117, 677-687 (1993).
  67. Lawrence, P.A. and Sampedro, J. Drosophila segmentation: After the first three hours. Development, 119, 971-976 (1993).
  68. Lawrence, P.A., Ashburner, M. and Johnston, P. An attempt to hybridise Drosophila species using pole cell transplantation. Genetics, 134. 1145-1148 (1993).
  69. Struhl, G., Johnston, P. and Lawrence, P.A. Control of Drosophila body pattern by the hunchback morphogen gradient. Cell, 69, 237-249 (1992).
  70. Noordermeer, J., Johnston, P., Rijsewijk, F., Nusse, R. and Lawrence, P.A. The consequences of ubiquitous expression of the wingless gene in the Drosophila embryo.  Development 116, 711-719 (1992).
  71. Lawrence, P.A. The Making of A Fly. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, pp. 240 (1992).
  72. Immergluck, K., Lawrence, P.A. and Bienz, M. Induction across germ layers in Drosophila mediated by a genetic cascade. Cell, 62, 261-268 (1990).
  73. Lawrence, P.A. and Johnston, P. Pattern formation in the Drosophila embryo: allocation of cells to parasegments by even-skipped and fushi tarazu. Development, 105, 761-768 (1989).
  74. Lawrence, P.A. and Johnston, P. Analysis of function of the pair-rule genes hairy, even-skipped and fushi tarazu in mosaic Drosophila embryos. Development, 107, 847-853 (1989).
  75. Lawrence, P.A. Cell lineage and cell states in the Drosophila embryo. In "Cellular Basis of Morphogenesis", (ed. J. Wiley & Sons), CIBA Foundation Symp., 144, 131-149 (1989).
  76. Van den Heuvel, M., Nusse, R., Johnston, P. and Lawrence, P.A. Distribution of the wingless gene product in Drosophila embryos; a protein involved in cell-cell communication. Cell, 59, 739-749 (1989).
  77. Magrassi, L. and Lawrence, P.A. The pattern of cell death in fushi tarazu a segmentation gene of Drosophila. Development, 104, 447-451 (1988).
  78. Lawrence, P.A. The present status of the parasegment. Symp. Brit. Soc. Dev. Biol.Development, 104, 61-65 (1988).
  79. Lawrence, P.A. Background to bicoid. Cell, 54, 1-2 (1988).
  80. Bienz, M., Saari, G., Tremml, G., Müller, J., Züst, B. and Lawrence, P.A. Differential regulation of Ultrabithorax in two germ layers of Drosophila. Cell, 53, 567-576 (1988).
  81. Lawrence, P.A., Johnston, P., Macdonald, P. and Struhl, G. Borders of parasegments in Drosophila embryos are delimited by the fushi tarazu and even-skipped genes. Nature, 328, 440-442 (1987).
  82. Lawrence, P.A. Pair rule genes; do they paint stripes or draw lines? Cell, 51, 879-880 (1987).
  83. Cabrera, C.V., Alonso, M.C., Johnston, P., Phillips, R.G. and Lawrence, P.A. Phenocopies induced with antisense RNA identify the wingless gene. Cell, 50, 659-663 (1987).
  84. Lawrence, P.A., Johnston, P. and Morata, G. Methods of marking cells. In "Drosophila: A Practical Approach", (ed. D.B. Roberts) pp. 229-242, IRL Press Oxford and Washington (1986).
  85. Lawrence, P.A. and Johnston, P. The muscle pattern of a segment in Drosophila may be determined by neurons and not by the contributing myoblasts. Cell, 45, 505-513 (1986).
  86. Lawrence, P.A. and Johnston, P. Observations on cell lineage of internal organs of Drosophila. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 91, 251-266 (1986).
  87. Martinez-Arias, A. and Lawrence, P.A. Parasegments and compartments in the Drosophila embryo. Nature, 313, 639-642 (1985).
  88. Lawrence, P.A. and Martinez-Arias, A. The cell lineage of segments and parasegments in Drosophila. Phil Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond. B 312, 83-90 (1985).
  89. Lawrence, P.A. Pattern formation in the muscles of Drosophila. Cold Spr. Harb. Quant. Biol., 50, 113-117 (1985).
  90. Lawrence, P.A. Notes on the genetics of pattern formation in the internal organs of Drosophila. Trends in Neurosci., 8, 267-269 (1985).
  91. Lawrence, P.A. Molecular development: Is there a light burning in the hall? Commentary. Cell, 40, 221 (1985).
  92. Ingham, P.W., Martinez-Arias, A., Lawrence, P.A. and Howard, K. Expression of engrailed in the parasegment of Drosophila. Nature, 317, 634-636 (1985).
  93. Lawrence, P.A. and Johnston, P. The genetic specification of pattern in a Drosophila muscle. Cell, 36, 775-782 (1984).
  94. Lawrence, P.A. and Johnston, P. On the role of the engrailed+ gene in the internal organs of Drosophila. The EMBO J., 3, 2839-2844 (1984).
  95. Lawrence, P.A. Some observations on the Drosophila mesoderm. Proc. XV Int. Cong. Genet., 3, 215-221 (1984).
  96. Lawrence, P.A. Homeotic selector genes - a working definition. BioEssays, 1, 227-229 (1984).
  97. Morata, G., Kornberg, T. and Lawrence, P.A. The phenotype of engrailed mutations in the antenna of Drosophila. Dev. Biol., 99, 27-33 (1983).
  98. Lawrence, P.A. and Morata, G. The elements of the bithorax complex. Cell, 35, 595-601 (1983).
  99. Lawrence, P.A., Johnston, P. and Struhl, G. Different requirements for homeotic genes in the soma and germ line of Drosophila. Cell, 35, 27-34 (1983).
  100. Warner, A.E. and Lawrence, P.A. The permeability of gap junctions at the segmental border in insect epidermis. Cell, 28, 243-252 (1982).
  101. Lawrence, P.A. and Struhl, G. Further studies of the engrailed phenotype in Drosophila. EMBO J., 1, 827-833 (1982).
  102. Lawrence, P.A. and Johnston, P. Cell lineage of the Drosophila abdomen: the epidermis, oenocytes and ventral muscles. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 72, 197-208 (1982).
  103. Lawrence, P.A. and Brower, D.L. Myoblasts from Drosophila wing disks can contribute to developing muscles throughout the fly. Nature, 295, 55-57 (1982).
  104. Lawrence, P.A. Compartments, segments, and cell lineages in insect epidermis. Neurosciences Res. Prog. Bull., 20, 793-797 (1982).
  105. Lawrence, P.A. Cell lineage of the thoracic muscles of Drosophila. Cell, 29, 493-503 (1982).
  106. Wright, D.A. and Lawrence, P.A. Regeneration of the segment boundary in Oncopeltus. Dev. Biol., 85, 317-327 (1981).
  107. Wright, D.A. and Lawrence, P.A. Regeneration of segment boundaries in Oncopeltus: Cell Lineage. Dev. Biol., 85, 328-333 (1981).
  108. Stocker, R.F. and Lawrence, P.A. The sensory projection of the antenna in mutant and wild type Drosophila. Dev. Biol., 82, 224-237 (1981).
  109. Simpson, P., Lawrence, P.A. and Maschat, F. Clonal analysis of two wing scalloping mutants of Drosophila. Dev. Biol., 84, 206-211 (1981).
  110. Lawrence, P.A. and Wright, D.A. The regeneration of segment boundaries. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B., 295, 595-599 (1981).
  111. Lawrence, P.A. The cellular basis of segmentation in insects. Cell, 26, 3-10 (1981).
  112. Lawrence, P.A. A general cell-marker for clonal analysis of Drosophila development. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 64, 321-332 (1981).
  113. Brower, D.L., Lawrence, P.A. and Wilcox, M. Clonal analysis of the undifferentiated wing disc of Drosophila. Dev. Biol., 86, 448-455 (1981).
  114. Palka, J., Lawrence, P.A. and Hart, H.S. Neural projection patterns from homeotic tissue of Drosophila studied in bithorax mutants and mosaics. Dev. Biol., 69, 549-575 (1979).
  115. Morata, G. and Lawrence, P.A. The development of the thoracic segments of Drosophila. In "Cell Lineage, Stem Cells and Cell Determination" (ed. N. le Douarin) North Holland (1979).
  116. Lawrence, P.A. and Morata, G. Pattern formation and compartments in the tarsus of Drosophila. 37th Symp. Soc. Dev. Biol. USA (eds. S. Subtelny and I.R. Konigsberg) pp. 317-323 (1979).
  117. Morata, G. and Lawrence, P.A. Development of the eye-antenna imaginal disc of Drosophila. Dev. Biol., 70, 355-371 (1979).
  118. Lawrence, P.A., Struhl, G. and Morata, G. Bristle patterns and compartment boundaries in the tarsus of Drosophila. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 51, 195-208 (1979).
  119. Lawrence, P.A. and Morata, G. Early development of the thoracic discs of Drosophila. Wilhelm Roux Archiv., 187, 375-379 (1979).
  120. Lawrence, P.A. and Morata, G. Cell lineage in insect development. ICN-UCLA Symposium (eds. R. Axel, T. Maniatis and C.F. Fox) pp. 167-170 (1979).
  121. Lawrence, P.A. and Green, S.M. Cell lineage in the developing retina of Drosophila. Dev. Biol., 71, 142-152 (1979).
  122. Garcia-Bellido, A., Lawrence, P.A. and Morata, G. Compartments in animal development. Scient. Amer., 241, 102-110 (1979).
  123. Morata, G. and Lawrence, P.A. Cell lineage and homeotic mutants in the development of imaginal discs of Drosophila. 36th Symp. Soc. Dev. USA (eds. S. Subtelny and I.M. Sussex) pp. 45-60 (1978).
  124. Morata, G. and Lawrence, P.A. Anterior and posterior compartments in the head of Drosophila. Nature, 274, 473-474 (1978).
  125. Lawrence, P.A., Green, S.M. and Johnston, P. Compartmentalization and growth of the Drosophila abdomen. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 43, 233-248 (1978).
  126. Lawrence, P.A. Compartments and the insect nervous system. In "Formshaping Movements in Neurogenesis", (ed. C.O. Jacobson) pp. 157-160, Almquist and Wigsell, Stockholm, also Zoon, 6, 157-160 (1978).
  127. Morata, G. and Lawrence, P.A. The development of wingless, a homeotic mutation of Drosophila. Devel. Biol., 56, 227-240 (1977).
  128. Morata, G. and Lawrence, P.A. Homeotic genes, compartments and cell determination in Drosophila. Nature, 265, 211-216 (1977).
  129. Lawrence, P.A. and Morata, G. The early development of mesothoracic compartments in Drosophila. Devel. Biol. 56, 40-51 (1977).
  130. Lawrence, P.A. Compartments in the development of Drosophila: a progress report. In "Cell Interactions in Differentiation", (eds. M. Karkinen-Jaaskelainen, Saxen, L. and Weiss, L.) pp. 88-95, Academic, London and New York (1977).
  131. Lawrence, P.A. and Morata, G. The compartment hypothesis. In "Insect Development", (ed. P.A. Lawrence), Symp. Roy. Ent. Soc., 8, pp. 132-149, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford (1976).
  132. Lawrence, P.A. and Morata, G. Compartments in the wing of Drosophila, a study of the engrailed gene. Devel. Biol., 50, 321-337 (1976).
  133. "Insect Development". (ed. P.A. Lawrence), Symp. Roy. Ent. Soc., 8, pp. 230, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford (1976).
  134. Morata, G. and Lawrence, P.A. Control of compartment development by the engrailed gene in Drosophila. Nature, 255, 614-617 ( 1975).
  135. Lawrence, P.A. and Staddon, B.W. Pecularities of the epidermal gland system of the cotton stainer (Dysdercus fasciatus) Signoret (Heteroptera: Pyrrhocoridae). J. Ent., (A) 49, 121-130 (1975).
  136. Lawrence, P.A. and Shelton, P.M.J. The determination of polarity in the developing insect retina. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 33, 471-486 (1975).
  137. Lawrence, P.A. and Green, S.M. The anatomy of a compartment border: the intersegmental boundary in Oncopeltus. J. Cell Biol., 65, 373-382 (1975).
  138. Lawrence, P.A. The structure and properties of a compartment border: the intersegmental boundary in Oncopeltus. Ciba Foundation Symp., Cell Patterning, 29, 3-23 (1975).
  139. Lawrence, P.A. The cell cycle and cellular differentiation in insects. In "Cell Cycle and Cell Differentiation", (ed. H. Holtzer) pp. 111-121, Springer (1975).
  140. Green, S.M. and Lawrence, P.A. Recruitment of epidermal cells by the developing eye of Oncopeltus (Hemiptera). Wilhelm Roux Archiv., 177, 61-65 (1975).
  141. Crick, F.H.C. and Lawrence, P.A. Compartments and polyclones in insect development. Science, 189, 340-347 (1975).
  142. Shelton, P.M.J. and Lawrence, P.A. Structure and development of ommatidia in Oncopeltus fasciatus. J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 32, 337-353 (1974).
  143. Lawrence, P.A. Cell movement during pattern regulation in Oncopeltus. Nature, 248, 609-610 (1974).
  144. Warner, A.E. and Lawrence, P.A. Electrical coupling across developmental boundaries in insect epidermis. Nature, 245, 47-48 (1973).
  145. Lawrence, P.A. The development of spatial patterns in the integument of insects. In "Developmental Systems: Insects", (ed. S.J. Counce, C.H. Waddington) Vol. 2, pp. 157-209, Academic Press, London and New York (1973).
  146. Lawrence, P.A. Maintenance of boundaries between developing organs. Nature New Biol., 242, 31-32 (1973).
  147. Lawrence, P.A. A clonal analysis of segment development in Oncopeltus (Hemiptera). J. Embryol. exp. Morph., 30, 681-699 (1973).
  148. Bate, C.M. and Lawrence, P.A. Gradients and the developing nervous system. In "Developmental Neurobiology of Arthropods", (ed. D. Young) pp. 37-49, Cambridge University Press (1973).
  149. Lawrence, P.A., Crick, F.H.C. and Munro, M. A gradient of positional information in an insect, Rhodnius. J. Cell Sci., 11, 815-853 (1972).
  150. Lawrence, P.A. Computers show how cells communicate. New Scientist 2nd March, 1972, pp. 475-477 (1972).
  151. Lawrence, P.A. and Hayward, P. The development of a simple pattern: spaced hairs on Oncopeltus fasciatus. J. Cell Sci., 8, 513-524 (1971).
  152. Lawrence, P.A. The organization of the insect segment. Symp. Soc. exp. Biol., 25, 379-392 (1971).
  153. Willis, J.H. and Lawrence, P.A. Deferred action of juvenile hormone. Nature 225, 81-83 (1970).
  154. Lawrence, P.A. Some new mutants of the large milkweed bug Oncopeltus fasciatus, Dall. Genet. Res., 15, 347-350 (1970).
  155. Lawrence, P.A. Polarity and patterns in the postembryonic development of insects. Adv. Insect Physiol., 7, 197-266 (1970).
  156. Lawrence, P.A. How do cells know where they are? Advancement of Science, December, 1970, 121-128 (1970).
  157. Lawrence, P.A. Cellular differentiation and pattern formation during metamorphosis of the milkweed bug Oncopeltus. Devel. Biol., 19, 12-40 (1969).
  158. Lawrence, P.A. Mitosis and the cell cycle in the metamorphic moult of the milkweed bug Oncopeltus fasciatus; a radioautographic study. J. Cell Sci., 3, 391-404 (1968).
  159. Lawrence, P.A. The insect epidermal cell - a simple model of the embryo. In "Insects and Physiology", (eds. J.W.L. Beament and J.E. Treherne) pp. 53-68, Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh and London (1967).
  160. Lawrence, P.A. The hormonal control of the development of hairs and bristles in the milkweed bug Oncopeltus fasciatus, Dall. J. exp. Biol., 44, 507-522 (1966).
  161. Lawrence, P.A. Gradients in the insect segment: The orientation of hairs in the milkweed bug Oncopeltus fasciatus. J. exp. Biol., 44, 607-620 (1966).
  162. Lawrence, P.A. Development and determination of hairs and bristles in the milkweed bug Oncopeltus fasciatus, (Lygaeidae, Hemiptera). J. Cell Sci., 1, 475-498 (1966).
  163. Krasne, F.B. and Lawrence, P.A. Structure of the photoreceptors in the compound eyespots of Branchiomma vesiculosum. J. Cell Sci., 1, 239-248 (1966).
  164. Lawrence, P.A. and Krasne, F.B. Annelid ciliary photoreceptors. Science, 148, 965-966 (1965).
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  166. C. Vicente. An interview with Peter Lawrence. Development 143, 183-185 (2016).
  167. B. Westwood. Peter Lawrence’s appearance in the radio program Fly; BBC Radio 4 (2016).
  168. U. Deichmann. Interview with Peter Lawrence for the Jacques Loeb Centre oral history project (2015).
  169. J. Sampedro interview with Peter Lawrence in the spanish newspaper El Pais: ¿Cómo va España a construir su futuro si no recupera a sus jóvenes científicos? June 19 (2015).
  170. M. E. Lucas. Peter A. Lawrence awarded Developmental Biology-SDB Lifetime Achievement Award. Dev Biol, 362: 117-118 (2012).
  171. J. Garwood. A conversation with Peter Lawrence, Cambridge. "The Heart of Research is Sick". Lab Times 2: 24-31 (2011).
  172. C. Richards. Acoustic Neuroma Revisted. An interview with Peter Lawrence. AMNET News 51 (2011).

  173. Obituaries, book reviews, squibs, etc ...

  174. Review of "The Vaccine: Inside the Race to Conquer the COVID-19 Pandemic". Joe Miller, Uğur Şahin and Özlem Türeci. Curr Biol 32: R4-R5 (2022).
  175. Practice makes perfect: Sir Michael J. Berridge. Curr Biol 30: R377 (2020).
  176. Featured in Suzanne Eaton: In memory of a remarkable colleague. eLife July (2019).
  177. Sydney Brenner: a master of science and of wit. Development 146: dev179879 (2019).
  178. Feeding the bees in winter. (2016).
  179. Review of “The Serengeti Rules: The Quest to Discover How Life Works and Why it Matters”. Sean B. Carroll. Current Biology 26: R221–R223 (2016).
  180. Rank, reinvention and the Nobel Prize. A review of 'Experiment Eleven' by Peter Pringle. Current Biology 22, R214-R216 (2012).
  181. Peter Lawrence and his acoustic neuroma. AMNET News 49 (2010).
  182. Featured in (Re)Reading The Origin, Current Biology 19, R96-R104 (2009).
  183. A scientist unparalleled, a review of "Francis Crick. Hunter of Life’s Secrets" by R. Olby Current Biology 19, R1015-R1018 (2009).
  184. The mismeasurement of Science. Science Focus 3, 1-4 (2008). Translation into mandarin of Current Biology 17, R583-R585 (2007).
  185. Preface to the basque translation of 'What mad pursuit' by Francis Crick: Bai Asmo Eroa, Ed. Klasikoak SA, Bilbao, Spain (2008).
  186. Popular beat may drown out genius. CAUT ACPPU Bulletin August 24 (2008). Reprinted from #173.
  187. Peter Lawrence and his acoustic neuroma. AMNET News 44 (2008).
  188. A new roadmap for retirement. Heyday Sept/Oct, 38-39 (2008).
  189. The Secret of Life, a review of 'Avoid Boring people: lessons from a life in science' by James D. Watson. Literary Review, October (2007).
  190. Popular beat may drown out genius. Times Higher Education Supplement August 24 (2007).
  191. Acoustic neuroma/Vestibular schwannoma. A patient's viewpoint on choices and doctors. AMNET News 39 (2007).
  192. Article in the spanish newspaper El Pais: "¿Por qué no hay más mujeres en los altos cargos?" (2006).
  193. Correspondence arising out of the article 'Men, Women and Ghosts in Science' Nature 442, 510 (2006).
  194. With M. Ashburner and M. Bretscher, correspondence arising out of H. Judson's review of 'Francis Crick: Discover of the Genetic Code' by Matt Ridley Nature 444, 1002 (2006).
  195. With M.P. Scott: Obituary, Edward B. Lewis. Nature 431, 143 (2004).
  196. Theoretical embryology: A route to extinction? Current Biology, 14, R7-R8 (2004).
  197. A Wigglesworth classic: How cells make patterns. J. Exp. Biol. 207, 192-193 (2004).
  198. With M.S. Bretscher: Obituary, Francis Crick. Current Biology 14, R642-R645 (2004).
  199. Translation of "The Politics of Publication" by Jose Casal: La politica de la publicacion cientifica. Ars Medica. Revista de Humanidades 2, 181-188 (2003).
  200. Q and A. Peter Lawrence. Current Biology 13, R82 (2003).
  201. Review of "Fly: An Experimental Life", by M. Brookes. Nature, 411, 417-418 (2001).
  202. Dispatch. Wingless signalling: More about the Wingless morphogen. Current Biology 2001, 11:R638-R639 (2001).
  203. With W. McGinnis, review of "Master Control Genes in Development and Evolution", by W. J. Gehring. Nature, 398, 301-302 (1999).
  204. With W. McGinnis, correspondence arising out of book review. Nature, 399, 521-522 (1999).
  205. Review of "Egg and Ego", by Jonathan Slack. Nature, 397, 487-488 (1999).
  206. Essay "Turning Points" A crew of patches. Current Biology, 8, R71-72 (1998).
  207. Translation of Nature commentary with Michael Locke: L'Asphyxie programmé de la Science. La Recherche. No 301 31-32 (1997).
  208. Opening remarks in meeting "Development and Evolution, some Reminiscences". Meeting No 73, co-sponsored by EMBO , pub Instituto Juan March, Madrid (1997).
  209. News and Views. Straight and wiggly affinities. Nature, 389, 546-547 (1997).
  210. Essay in Arts and Science magazine connected with LVMH prize: Genetics of Animal Design. Leonardo, J. International Soc. Arts Sci. and Tech. 30, 275-276 (1997).
  211. Article in the spanish newspaper El Pais: "Un Huevo para la Ciencia" (1995).
  212. With J.P.Vincent, News and Views. It takes three to distalize. Nature 372, 132-133 (1994).
  213. Review of "The Development of Drosophila melanogaster", edited by M. Bate and A. Martínez Arias. Nature 369, 111 (1994).
  214. With G. Morata. News and Views. A no-wing situation. Nature 366, 305-306 (1993).
  215. In 'Outstanding Papers in Biology' Introduction to E. B. Lewis' paper in Nature (1978) pub. Current Biology, 1993, page 93.
  216. With G. Morata. News and Views. Lighting up Drosophila. Nature, 356, 107-108 (1992).
  217. Review of "Models for Embryonic Periodicity" L.I. Held. Nature, 358, 720 (1992).
  218. With A. Tomlison. News and Views. A marriage is consummated. Nature, 362, 193 (1991).
  219. News and Views. Compartments in vertebrates? Nature, 344, 382-383 (1990).
  220. With M. Ashburner. News and Views. Fruitful fruitflies in Crete. Nature, 336,620-621 (1988).
  221. Review of "The Embryonic Development of Drosophila melanogaster". J.A. Campos-Ortega and V. Hartenstein. Cell, 44, 671-672 (1986).
  222. Royal Society Discussion Meeting: Single Cell Marking and Cell Lineage in Animal Development (eds., R. L. Gardner and P.A. Lawrence). pub Royal Society, London pp 187 (1986).
  223. News and Views. Compartment genes in hand. Nature, 313, 268-269 (1985).
  224. Review of meeting "Development and Evolution". BSDB Symp. 6. Cell, 36, 570-571 (1984).
  225. Review of "Embryos, Genes and Evolution: The Developmental-Genetic Basis of Evolutionary Change". R.A. Raff and T.C. Kaufman. Nature, 304, 378-379 (1983).
  226. News and Views. A new homeotic gene. Nature, 306, 643 (1983).
  227. Review of "The Genetic Basis of Development". A.D. Stewart and D.M. Hunt. Nature, 295, 477-478 (1982).
  228. Review of "Genetic Neurobiology". J.C. Hall, R.J. Greenspan and W.A. Harris. Nature, 299, 761 (1982).
  229. Review of "The Genetics and Biology of Drosophila", vol. 2d. M. Ashburner and T.R.F. Wright. Nature, 289, 100 (1981).
  230. Review of "The Genetics and Biology of Drosophila". vol. 2a-2c. M. Ashburner and T.R.F. Wright. Nature, 283, 116 (1980).
  231. Review of "Genetic Mosaics and Cell Differentiation". W.J. Gehring, ed. Cell, 17, 1037 (1979).
  232. News and Views. Squaring the circle. Nature, 280, 722-723 (1979).
  233. With M. Ashburner. News and Views. Drosophila genetics at Szeged. Nature, 275, 481-482 (1978).
  234. Review of "The Genetics and Biology of Drosophila" vol. 1. Edited by M. Ashburner and E. Novitski. Heredity, 39: 179-180 (1977).
  235. News and Views. RNA and generation of positional information. Nature, 264, 604 (1976).
  236. Review of "The Biology of Imaginal Disks". Edited by H. Ursprung and R. Nöthiger. Nature 241, 554 (1973).
  237. Review of "International Journal of Insect Morph. and Embryol." Nature, 237, 56 (1972).
  238. Postembryonic Development in the Milkweed Bug, Oncopeltus. Proc Roy Ent Soc, 33, 35 also 34, 3-5 (1969).
  239. Review of "Genetic Mosaics and other Essays" C. Stern. Heredity (1968).
  240. Review of "Endocrine Genetics" S.G. Spickett. Heredity (1967).