Ntibiotic ResistanceWhere do antibiotic resistance genes come from and what do they do there?

Hi There,
Finally I was assigned to a different topic. And I would like to confirm with you for all the details
1: scientific writing
2: 1100 words (excluding tables, figures references and bibliography)
3: fully references and bibliography
4: pass the anti-plagiarism engine.
5: written in Bachelorlevel.
6: 14 days writing period
7: all the requirements in general content (see below)
8: use the starting reference and preferably use the five additional paper from SCOPUS
9: I would like have the full text of the five additional articles you used.
Please confirm you can do all above and give me the final quote and let me know how can I pay you?

The assignment details as below.
Topic 4: Antibiotic Resistance
Where do antibiotic resistance genes come from and what do they do there?
Starting reference
Wright G. D. (2007). The antibiotic resistome: the nexus of chemical and genetic diversity. Nature Reviews Microbiology 5, 175-186

For each topic you are provided with a scientific paper as a starting point. (Another attachment)
You should search the scientific literature for at least FIVE additional papers on the same topic.

General Content: In general your essay should include:
” Factual information from at least five additional journal papers you have found and read in full.
” An explanation of the relevant theories and perspectives
” Critical assessment of the published information and findings
” Conclusions, and comments on future directions

Length: Limit 1100 words, excluding tables, figures and references. (NB. If essays exceed 1100 words the first 1100 words will be marked).

1) All books, articles, websites, reports etc used as information sources should be fully referenced in the bibliography so that anyone reading your essay would be able to find the information to verify the ideas or data you have used. Where information from the literature is used in the essay (text, tables, figures etc), you must include a citation to indicate the source of the information (look at the journal article from your topic to see how this is done).
2) Cheating by copying the work of other students or courses and Plagiarism of
information from books, articles and web sites is not acceptable and will result in a reduced or fail grade. Plagiarism is the inclusion, in your work, of materials copied or closely paraphrased from someone else s writings without explicit indication of the quotation and of the source of the material. Where you use the ideas that you find in the literature these should be fully referenced (see above). You may use quotes from the works that you read but they must be fully referenced and the direct quotation clearly indicated by quotation marks.