Need someone to help finish writing my Evolution Paper.
So the paper is going to be on The Evolution of the bacterial cell from prokaryotic endosymbionts to organelles of the eukaryotic cells.
I have attached the proposal I just need you to write the paper.
According to my professors comments below:
You have a god bibliography here to begin with and this is somewhat of a technical topic. Be sure you are understanding what you are reading and putting it into your own words when you write the paper. We talk about this briefly in the course but I would like you to present a detailed discussion based on quite recent research about what has contributed to the origin of the nucleus
Please stick to what the comments said about the proposal when writing the paper:
Below is what the paper should look like as far as pages and citations and sources:
Your research paper should be a standard college paper of 8-15 pages with an extensive, informative, and current bibliography. You must have at least FIVE non-web based sources. They may be available online, but must be a book or journal article that is not only electronically produced. You may pick a topic that is historical. For example, you might want to explore the reasons why it is primarily Darwin who is credited with the theory of natural selection rather than Darwin and Wallace. Another historical project would be to look at the reception of The Origin of Species.
A tremendous amount of primary source material is online, including all of Darwin’s writings. There are numerous topics concerned with human evolution, whether it is the impact of genetic sequencing on reconstructing our history or controversies around the fossil record. The history of paleoanthropology is also quite interesting. You might want to pick a particular group of organisms, for example mammals, and look at the current research on their evolution. Neurobiology, developmental biology, and the origin of life are additional areas that offer plenty of potential topics. The important point is to pick something that really interests you, and that you analyze a problem or present an analysis or an argument for a specific thesis. You should begin with a definite thesis statement. Your paper must present information that goes significantly beyond what has been covered in the course.