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To what extent do you agree that in-vitro (cultured) meat is the most viable solution for providing protein to an expanding world population?

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Obesity: How are genetics related to obesity

Outline. Sentence outline keyed to the literature cited. Final draft. Council of Science Editors Format with twenty primary sources cited. The review should include a minimum of twenty primary sources from the scientific literature. Additional primary, secondary, or tertiary sources may be used for additional background if needed. The literature review is NOT a summary of twenty scientific articles or a regurgitation of their findings. Your literature review paper should be a synthesis of existing research on a top ‌‌‌‍‍‌‍‌‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‍ ic where you, the author, have a clear voice and perspective in the paper. It should have some sort of thesis, and the primary scientific articles should serve as evidence or examples that support your thesis. Some articles you include may contradict or confuse you thesis, in which….