Blood Study Guide - forensics

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133.What is serology? 134.What type of evidence is blood type? 135.What can blood spatter analysis tell us about the crime scene? 136. 137.Who first used bloodletting to cure diseases? 138.What information did the Greeks contribute to the history of blood? 139.What did Karl Landsteiner discover? 140.Who discovered the first presumptive blood test? 141.What percentage of the population are secretors? 142.What does it mean if you are a secretor? 143.Blood is a circulating __________ that is made up of three types of cells. 144.What are the three types of cells that make up blood? 145.What is plasma and what is it made of? 146.What percentage of the blood is plasma? 147.What is the most abundant cell in our blood? 148.What is the function of the red blood cell? 149.The red blood cell transports ___________ from the lungs to the body and _____________ from the body back to the lungs to be exhaled. 150.What is the universal function of all white blood cells? 151.What do WBCs have that no other blood cell has? 152.What do neutrophils do and when would you have a large numbers of these in the blood? 153.What do eosinophils do and when would you have a large number of these in the blood? 154.What do monocytes do and when would you have a large number of these in the blood? 155.What do monoctytes do that no other WBC does?
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156.What do basophils do and when would you have a large number of these in the blood? 157.What do lymphocytes do and when would you have a large number of these in the blood? 158.What do lymphocytes secrete? 159.You must be able to identify each white blood cell from a blood smear. 160.What do platelets aid in? 161.What is an antigen? 162.What is an antibody? 163.What happens when an antigen and an antibody come into contact with one another? 164.What is agglutination? 165.Why do scientist prefer to blood type over DNA typing? 166.Blood typing can __________ a suspect but cannot prove the _________ of a suspect.
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2010 for the course SCIF 43535767 taught by Professor Mims during the Spring '10 term at Logan University.

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Blood Study Guide - forensics

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