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GGR 329 :global food

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GGR 329 The Global Food System ...

Answer Globalization of Food Introduction Globalization is the procedure of communication and incorporation among companies, government, and people of different countries, a procedure driven by i ...

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Possible Protein Sources for ...

Alçay, A. Ü., Sa?lam, A., Yalç?n, S., & Bostan, K. (2018). Possible Protein Sources for the Future. Academic Food Journal/Akademik GIDA, 16(2). ...

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What’s wrong with factory fa ...

Anomaly, J. (2015). What’s wrong with factory farming?. Public Health Ethics, 8(3), 246-254. ...

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Should we stop meating like th ...

Apostolidis, C., & McLeay, F. (2016). Should we stop meating like this? Reducing meat consumption through substitution. Food Policy, 65, 74-89. ...

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Tissue engineering approaches ...

Arshad, M. S., Javed, M., Sohaib, M., Saeed, F., Imran, A., & Amjad, Z. (2017). Tissue engineering approaches to develop cultured meat from cells: a mini review. Cogent Food & Agriculture, 3(1), 13208 ...

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Animal-free meat biofabricati ...

Bhat, Z. F., & Bhat, H. (2011). Animal-free meat biofabrication. American Journal of Food Technology, 6(6), 441-459. ...

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In vitro meat: A future anima ...

Bhat, Z. F., Kumar, S., & Bhat, H. F. (2017). In vitro meat: A future animal-free harvest. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition, 57(4), 782-789. ...

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Nonhuman animals as food in bi ...

Ferrari, A. (2017). Nonhuman animals as food in biocapitalism. Animal Oppression and Capitalism [2 volumes], 184. ...

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How smart grid meets in vitro ...

Ferrari, A., & Lösch, A. (2017). How smart grid meets in vitro meat: on visions as socio-epistemic practices. NanoEthics, 11(1), 75-91. ...

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In vitro meat production syste ...

Sharma, S., Thind, S. S., & Kaur, A. (2015). In vitro meat production system: why and how?. Journal of food science and technology, 52(12), 7599-7607. ...

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Meatification and the madness ...

Weis, T. (2015). Meatification and the madness of the doubling narrative. Canadian Food Studies/La Revue canadienne des études sur l'alimentation, 2(2), 296-303. ...

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Attitudes to in vitro meat ...

Wilks, M., & Phillips, C. J. (2017). Attitudes to in vitro meat: A survey of potential consumers in the United States. PloS one, 12(2), e0171904. ...

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ANOMALY, J.

What’s Wrong With Factory Farming

In-text: ((Anomaly 2015) )

Your Bibliography: Anomaly, J. (2015). What’s wrong with factory farming?. Public Health Ethics, 8(3), 246-254.

APOSTOLIDIS, C., & MCLEAY, F.

Should We Stop Meating Like This.

In-text: ((Apostolidis & McLeay 2016))

Your Bibliography: Apostolidis, C., & McLeay, F. (2016). Should we stop meating like this? Reducing meat consumption through substitution. Food Policy, 65, 74-89.

ARSHAD, M. S., JAVED, M., SOHAIB, M., SAEED, F., IMRAN, A., & AMJAD, Z

Tissue Engineering Approaches To Develop Cultured Meat From Cells

In-text: ((Arshad et al.2017))

Your Bibliography: Arshad, M. S., Javed, M., Sohaib, M., Saeed, F., Imran, A., & Amjad, Z. (2017). Tissue engineering approaches to develop cultured meat from cells: a mini review. Cogent Food & Agriculture, 3(1), 1320814.

BHAT, Z. F., & BHAT, H

Animal-free Meat Biofabrication

In-text: ((Bhat & Bhat 2011))

Your Bibliography: Bhat, Z. F., & Bhat, H. (2011). Animal-free meat biofabrication. American Journal of Food Technology, 6(6), 441-459.

BHAT, Z. F., KUMAR, S., & BHAT, H. F

In Vitro Meat: A Future Animal-free Harvest

In-text: ((Bhat Kumar & Bhat 2017))

Your Bibliography: Bhat, Z. F., Kumar, S., & Bhat, H. F. (2017). In vitro meat: A future animal-free harvest. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition, 57(4), 782-789.

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