S16 – 17 DNA Replication

Gathman, A.. (2010, August 8). Why is DNA replicated 5’ to 3?  Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4hKibS2fAo

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From the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

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Zeman, M. K., & Cimprich, K. A. (2013). Causes and consequences of replication stress [Abstract]. Nature Cell Biology. doi:10.1038/ncb2897

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9 Responses to S16 – 17 DNA Replication

  1. JHaines says:

    Drawings and script were clearly very well written and detailed a topic well, considering that DNA replication was discussed lightly in class. I would have liked to see a biological example and maybe clearer narration towards the end.

  2. BSilkebakken says:

    the second person’s voice was much quieter, but other than that it was very informative and a great review of the complicated topics of DNA Replication.

  3. JClancy says:

    I loved the music in the background as well as the style of visuals going with the video. The only suggestion I have is to make the voice overs louder and more uniform, I could not hear certain parts of the video.

  4. LGhazi says:

    I really enjoyed watching this video. I thought it was to the point and explained really well how the process of DNA replication occurs. One point of the video that left me a little confused was the section on the replication that occurs for the lagging strand; I think there could have been a little more detail on how that occurs. Otherwise, this was an awesome video!

  5. LUlmer says:

    All the parts flowed very well together. At times it was hard to hear what people were saying, and showing an animation with the lagging and leading strands at the same time would have made understanding the differences easier.

  6. JGeorge says:

    The explanations were very clear and the illustrations were great. The only improvement I would make is giving a little bit more detail about the enzymes involved. But other than that, I liked it.

  7. FJamil says:

    This was a great video. The drawings were super neat and the voiceovers were easy to follow and very clear. Overall, the topic of DNA replication was very well described. If i would critique one thing, I would say that the quality of the video was not consistent at every part of the video. Some sections of the video were more blurry than others. I would rate this video a 4.5 out of 5.0. Great Job!

  8. CJones says:

    The way in which the DNA replication cycle was visually presented was very effective. One way the video could be improved is by further explaining why DNA replication occurs.

  9. RManalo says:

    Nicely done, the visuals and dialogue were clean and simple, making the concept easy to understand; however, there seemed to be a noticeable decrease in volume at around the 2:00 mark that makes the dialogue almost inaudible. Besides that, the video is great.

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