Lab Report 4

Lab Report 4 - the DNA will match the missing 5’5”...

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Melanie Larson BIOL 101 GL Kiran Sapkota February 19, 2010 Forensic Science Initial Observations (Forensic site assessment attached.) Results (Table 5-2 Comparison of DNA Samples attached.) After analyzing the DNA sequence of the bone and the missing person the DNA sequences appear to match. Discussion When studying the bones we propose the missing person to be a European female. If the missing person is in fact a European female, then the results expected from
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Unformatted text preview: the DNA will match the missing 5’5” French female. • The hypothesis has been supported with a matching DNA analysis. • With a comparison of the DNA samples and after completing the assessment, there is a high probability of the two samples coming from the same person, but it can’t be determined as a precisely accurate match....
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2010 for the course BIOL 101 taught by Professor Schuster during the Spring '10 term at NMSU.

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