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Five exercises (4 points each) to be provided at appropriate times during the course Blood spatter Due 01/22 Ballistics matching Due 02/06 DNA Profile Frequency Due 02/19 Anthropology measurements Due 03/03 DNA Paternity testing Due 03/12
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Excellent References: Chapter 12 of the book http://www.swgstain.org/ http://www.bloodspatter.com/BPATutorial.htm http://www.iabpa.org/ I HIGHLY recommend that you all take the time to glance through at least one of these sources since we will be going through this important topic rather quickly... Blood Spatter Reveals A Lot
The unique quality and texture of blood, especially its aspect of surface tension, allow for very unique and telling patterns: Passive Drops, drip patterns, pools, clots Transfer Swipe, smear, wipe, smudge, contact bleeding Projected Arterial spurt/g...
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This note was uploaded on 07/22/2009 for the course ETX 001 taught by Professor Matthewwood during the Winter '09 term at UC Davis.
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