Group 211: Structure of histone-based chromatin in Archaea

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9 Responses to Group 211: Structure of histone-based chromatin in Archaea

  1. Hayden says:

    I thought it was interesting that the Archaeal DNA can dorm dimers like the nucleosomes can. This video had clear graphics that were easy to follow.

  2. Oluwapamilerin says:

    I like the visuals and I also like how at the beginning they gave us a background of the three different domains of life.

  3. Nicole says:

    The drawings are very in depth which I like, because it helps me understand and see what you guys are saying. Great video!

  4. Camalie says:

    The explanations were fine, however, the sped up voice was a bit too fast.

  5. Madison says:

    visuals were super good

  6. Savannah says:

    I liked the visuals and the information was given in depth; however, the speeding up of the voices was kind of distracting.

  7. Kharina says:

    I really enjoyed your visuals. They made the information easy to understand. Good job!

  8. Hanna says:

    The illustrations matched perfectly with the narration. They were informative and great

  9. Pratima says:

    The visuals made the video engaging and the information easier to understand.

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