Group 23 – Evolution of Mitochondrial Gene Retention

Evolutionary inference across eukaryotes identifies specific pressures favoring mitochondrial gene retention. This video explores an experiment that investigates what pressures lead to gene retention in mitochondrial DNA.

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37 Responses to Group 23 – Evolution of Mitochondrial Gene Retention

  1. Aaron says:

    Nice job relating the concepts in the paper to what we’ve learned in class. Good job.

  2. Elizabeth says:

    Video ran a bit long and voice over did not match illustrations. Otherwise, awesome presentation and nice drawings!

  3. Laura says:

    Awesome illustration and very professional!

  4. Alvaro says:

    Nice drawings and good explanations

  5. Alli says:

    Easy to follow and intriguing to watch. Great job including info from class and splitting the work between group members!

  6. Alex says:

    Great visuals and explanations. Audio was sometimes a bit to quiet.

  7. Amy says:

    The visuals were really well done and helped the viewer understand the information being presented in the video.

  8. Daniel says:

    Very good job of relating these concepts back to the class! Good job explaining the concepts in the experiment and how they proved them. The sound quality is a little inconsistent, but that’s not to important. On all the important notes, you did a very good job.

  9. Joshua says:

    I liked the connections in your video to the in class material. Also, your graphics were great (especially for being hand drawn).

  10. Marie says:

    Visuals were clear and easy to interpret. I appreciate how everything was tied back to class modules. All of the concepts were explained simply but thoroughly. Overall very effective and informative video.

  11. Hannah says:

    The visuals in this video were very easy to follow and they paired beautifully with the audio

  12. Joseph says:

    great interesting visuals

  13. Juliana says:

    Awesome video! I love the intro animation and the drawings throughout the video!

  14. Sarah says:

    The video’s graphics were awesome; they were easy to follow and allowed for easy understanding of the study.

  15. Hannah says:

    The visuals in this video are great! They do a great job of helping the viewer understand the complex cellular concepts. I also liked the relation of the study to concepts that we have learned in our modules!

  16. Diana says:

    The video was a bit long and the last speaker was difficult to hear, but otherwise great drawings and good information!

  17. Ishita says:

    I like your intro sequence a lot. It is a pretty difficult topic to explain but your group explained the information well!

  18. Zahra says:

    Long video but awesome images and explanations!

  19. kokoye7 says:

    The visuals were drawn and animated very well.

  20. Cameron says:

    Very good video! I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  21. Ariane says:

    Very informative. I enjoyed how the speakers alternating throughout. Overall awesome job!

  22. Simran says:

    Personally, I would have like to see the drawings not drawn on the board you drew it on. I think it would have been better if you drew it on a whiteboard. The last speaker was a little difficult to understand as previously notes. The visuals were easy to follow.

  23. Connor says:

    The illustrations were very good, good project overall

  24. Diya says:

    The visuals were the best part of this video. They were informative, detailed, and well-correlated to the content presented in your video. The audio speed did not seem exceedingly consistent and was a bit scratchy at a few points. The video was great overall, and very great job portraying such an information-dense concept!

  25. Yuzuki says:

    The video looks professional with the good use of drawings.

  26. Bryan says:

    Audio and visual consistency could use some work, but very good information presented and it was a very unique was of featuring everyone in the video!

  27. Michael says:

    The visuals were done well, but the audio quality was a bit quiet at times. Otherwise, great video!

  28. Shane says:

    Great intro animation. Visuals were very well done.

  29. Matthew says:

    Enjoyed the video, audio could have been a little louder

  30. Caroline says:

    Great job matching the visuals with the script. They kept the video interesting and allowed the audience to stay connected when the concepts became more complex.

  31. Chidike says:

    Great video, good information, and good illustrations. However the difference in volume between speakers made it difficult to follow the video.

  32. Carly says:

    I like the music and how you used wax paper for your drawings. Very informative and creative.

  33. Niya says:

    Good job relating everything back to class. I liked that everyone in the group got a chance to draw & talk

  34. Sarah says:

    very unique visuals, haven’t seen anybody else take that approach. Very clean and very clear. Audio was a little hard to hear sometimes but otherwise a nice project.

  35. Marcjamal says:

    I liked the visual presentation. Great video overall!

  36. Jackson says:

    very clear connections drawn to what we’ve done in class. I feel like a whiteboard would have been an easier medium to draw on but you guys definitely made the paper work ou well, good video.

  37. Szu-Hui says:

    The marker drawings are very artistic! good video!

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