Group 7: Analysis of “Species as Stressors: Heterospecific Interactions and the Cellular Stress Response under Global Change”



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19 Responses to Group 7: Analysis of “Species as Stressors: Heterospecific Interactions and the Cellular Stress Response under Global Change”

  1. Abigail says:

    The speed of the video is too high at times, making it a bit difficult to follow, but it is easy to catch up.

  2. Emma says:

    I enjoyed how you mentioned the typical symptoms of stress then compared it to the molecular level.

  3. Sarah says:

    I enjoyed the drawings in this video. It made the concept easier to understand and made the video interesting.

  4. Camalie says:

    I liked the drawings. I found it interesting that the study was inconclusive for whether species’ interactions with each other could affect them on a cellular level.

  5. Matthew says:

    The video definitely moves quickly at times, but it covers a lot of ground! It is filled with lots of important information and makes the study easy to understand. Having also looked at this study, I think this group did a good job!

  6. David says:

    The video had a ton of great information and illustrations. Occasionally too fast.

  7. Amanda says:

    This video was compact with information and the pictures made it fun to watch!

  8. Lauren says:

    I thought the change in narrators kept me interested and the pictures were super easy to follow and understand. Great video!

  9. Kayla says:

    The video was put together very well. The only thing was that there was a bar in front of the video the whole time which distracted from the video which was sad because it was so good.

  10. Patrick says:

    The visuals were fun and engaging and held my attention the whole time, great job!

  11. Blake says:

    Overall it was a good video. It has the information that needed to be presented. However, the changes in audio and video could have been edited better as I had trouble following at times. Good job.

  12. Soham says:

    The video was very nice, and was quite succinct. However, there could have been improvements in the audio and video, as some of the stills of the graphs were a bit distracting.

  13. Hannah says:

    I thought it was interesting that crabs could influence each other’s genes expression in that time period. The transitions were a little fast at times, but other than than great job!

  14. Hannah says:

    The watermark was a little distracting, but not that big of a deal. The drawings went along nicely with your script.

  15. Victoria says:

    The visuals were hard to follow, but the script was good. Good job editing.

  16. Daham says:

    Good video and editing but watermark needs to be flushed

  17. Elizabeth says:

    I like the video and editing but it didn’t really seem to need the software that left the watermark there

  18. Sara says:

    I liked how you drew the concepts. It helped solidify the information

  19. Hanna says:

    The drawings in the video were extremely helpful, along with the tone of the voiceover

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