Group 19: Mosquito Population Genomic and effect on Vector Based Diseases

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30 Responses to Group 19: Mosquito Population Genomic and effect on Vector Based Diseases

  1. Benjamin says:

    Great drawings

  2. Emmanuel says:

    The video had a very good pace so that the audience could grasp the idea of what was being discussed.

  3. Karen says:

    Good “big picture” explanation at the beginning, and good job explaining the hypotheses.

  4. Laura says:

    I really liked the pace and the drawings. Good job!

  5. Andrew says:

    The drawings were really good and helped to explain what was going on in the experiment well. I also think you explained the concepts in an understandable way.

  6. Jennifer says:

    While I think the illustrations were really well-done and helpful in certain parts of the video, the data displays in the middle felt like they were lacking some explanation. Otherwise, this video summarizes a lot of information and is organized very logically!

  7. Rachel says:

    There is clear audio, even though some of the words are difficult to pronounce.

  8. Faith says:

    Great job! Made a confusing topic easy to understand

  9. Anthony says:

    nice drawings! Great Topic

  10. Sanders says:

    The drawings were very helpful. The audio was very clear and well paced.

  11. Juliana says:

    Great job connecting this study and the biology concepts to real world problems!

  12. Mary says:

    Crushed it! Video superstars!

  13. Corinna says:

    I like that this video started with the big picture discussion. It made the video more interesting. The content was also explained in a very easy to understand manner.

  14. Dennis says:

    Nice freehands of all those countries. Did your group help out much with this? It seemed like one person made the entire video.

  15. Sabrina says:

    I really liked the drawings, and I thought the info was very good. I did have a hard time following the voice over though. It was a bit too fast and I think the speaker was a bit too close to the mic, which made it a little difficult to understand.

  16. Diana says:

    Beautiful drawings and very informative! The speaker spoke clearly and the video was well-paced.

  17. Zachary says:

    Very aesthetically appealing illustrations. Great job.

  18. Zachary says:

    Nice bold illustrations and quality audio.

  19. Simran says:

    I liked the illustrations, and the audio was nice. While the topic was hard to understand, you guys made it easy to follow.

  20. Erica says:

    I appreciate how informative your video was. Since I had a clear understanding of the experiment, I was more interested in the discussion bits. Good job.

  21. Bryan says:

    nice artwork!!! I really appreciated the clarity of the information presented!

  22. Mason says:

    The drawings and graphs were great and really helped make the concepts easier to follow.

  23. Chidike says:

    Great illustrations and good information. However, some of the graphs and tables were complicated without much explanation. Great video overall

  24. Caroline says:

    The drawings were great and the graphs and charts included help to explain the concepts. Nice job!

  25. Savannah says:

    Awesome visuals! Your voice was clear and loud too, so that was very helpful.

  26. Savannah says:

    Awesome visuals! Your voice was clear and loud too, so that was very helpful. This video has been one of my favorites so far, and the content was actually pretty interesting.

  27. Nathan says:

    Your use of pathos and description of why this is such a prominent issue got and held my attention on the subject matter. The information was also easy to understand.

  28. Olivia says:

    Great video! The drawings were very helpful in following the information presented! Very interesting!

  29. Ariana says:

    very engaging and easy to follow!

  30. Roxana says:

    You guys did a great job making explaining what seems like an experiment with lots of elements! It was clear to understand what the experiment was determining. I wish the narrator would have slowed down a bit, but I understand it was hard with the time crunch. Great job overall!

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