Group 8 Cellular Stress Response due to Species Interaction


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7 Responses to Group 8 Cellular Stress Response due to Species Interaction

  1. John says:

    Very good project! I loved the crab drawings

  2. Nylah says:

    I had the same topic so this was cool to watch from different perspective. I like the “crabby” pun in the beginning. I like how you all incorporated extra background information for the audience to further understand the study. Only critique would be making sure to not stumble during voice over and to match the video with the information being presented; specifically when discussing the focal crab being crushed to extract the RNA. I only understood the visual image because I had this study. But good job I like the moving crabs 🙂

  3. Kayla says:

    I enjoyed the humor added. I also think you were very clear with your annunciations which made the visual descriptions easier to understand. I feel like there could have been more of an intro to what you were going to talk about though.

  4. Alianna says:

    I really liked your drawings and the example with the crabs moving around to show what was going on. I think an introduction to the experiment before showing the interaction between the crabs would have been more helpful, but you explained it later on in the video.

  5. Madison says:

    drawing on the whiteboard turned out really well — the drawing of what happened during the experiment was great

  6. Amanda says:

    The drawings were so good and the audio is really clear and easy to follow!

  7. Pratima says:

    The visuals were very clear, and you guys were easy to understand. Great video!

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