Peer Review Assessment
Student 1: z3295026
Student 2: z3187854
Student 3: z3217991
Student 4: z3224277
Student 5: z2209471
Student 6: z3186815
- You might like to consider to add an introduction at the start of your page.
And for you current research you could try to elaborate on it, like illustrating what following research are being studied.
- It is good to use image to explain the mechanism of the protein.
- It seems that the current research part is a bit short. It can be discussed more in this part.
- It is great to have an introduction part to start off.
Peer review (z3295026) I think your project is good. You've used a lot of references which has made the depth of your knowledge really good. The only problem I was able to pick up is that there is no summary on the images you have uploaded. Other than that, its a good page. An introduction at the start of your page may enhance your project.
- Hi 3209709. First of all, just a few minor spelling/ grammatical errors:
“Golgin protein family” in line 1, “intra-Golgi transport and ER-to-Golgi transport” without the full stop in line 6, “</ref>” in line 10 “Nevertheless, p115 mediates clustering” last line in Vesicle thethering and fusion at the cis-Golgi, “Besides that, phosphorylation of GM130 during mitosis inhibits p115 to bind to Golgi membrane” in Diassembly of Golgi cisternae.
Also, it could be improved with maybe a glossary somewhere as there were few technical words I didn't understand... And maybe bit more information on the current research section. There was a single sentence followed by a reference.
Other than that I liked your diagram, which was obviously hand drawn and well referenced/ labelled. The organisation and the subheadings divide the page in a way that is easy to understand!
- Hi, overall its a very good page. i agree that there are a few grammatical errors as shwn above but other than that, i found that the paragraphs were a bit complex in there concepts without a general understanding or background knowledge. maybe give a bit of background info as an introduction at the beginning. the diagram is great and overal presentation is easy to follow.
- The project you have created provides a indepth analysis of the protein of p115 Golgin Protein. It explores various dimensions of the proteins that otherwise would not have been included in other projects including the aspect of Depletion of the protein. The project you have complete is excellent through the detailed information although it may be conveyed in a more effective manner through the restructuring of the sentence sturcture such that it may be more understood by the general public. It appears that you have left out a </ref> lying amongst your text. In addition, dont forget to add a link to your group project as it is apparently part of the criteria required prior to submission. I will have to applaude the inclusion of a hand-drawn image as not all students have decided to include one. There know that there may be limited research information regarding particular proteins although it may be advisable to elaborate in greater detail the topic of Research. I acknowledge that referencing should not criticised as part of the peer review tasks although it is obvious that there are some discrepancies through individual sentences having information derived from a few sources. -z3224479
You have now created your individual project page.
You have not yet selected your individual project protein/method topic and still missing some homework items. 2009_Student#Individual_Projects Individual Projects
Interesting about the lecture of cell nucleus?
It was so amazing to know of how cell nucleus assembled. It can be just a little cell or organelle but scientist actually able to recognized each of its compartment or component in a nucleus cell. The nuclear cell identified from nuclear envelope which consist of outer and inner nuclear membrane, then nucleolus, chromosome territories, interchromatin, speckles interchromatin, and finally nuclear bodies. DIfferent components play a different role which may be essential or non essential in a cell. Cajal bodies is so amazing to learn because of its size of 0.1 microns to 2.0 microns only.
--Mark Hill 18:02, 19 March 2009 (EST) Thank you for your feedback. You have listed many of the components of the nucleus, I feel it is important to get a structure/function understanding for each of the cellular components we cover in the course. Once you understand those concepts, you can then consider the dynamic processes that occur within that component following signaling or during the cell cycle.
SOMS List of microscopes:
Laser Capture Microscope
- PALM laser capture microscope (LCM)
- Leica TCS SP Laser Scanning Microscope (inverted)
- Olympus FV1000 Laser Scanning Microscope (inverted).