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Department
Forensic Science
Course
FSC360H5
Professor
Hisham Ragab
Semester
Fall

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thOctober 11 2011Lecture 5Friction RidgesRaised portion of epidermis on volar surfaces sometimes known as epidermal ridges caused by interface between dermal papillae of dermis and interpapillary rete pegs of the epidermisGestation friction ridges develop between weeks 1024EctodermmesodermectodermUniquenessPattern is inherited via several 78 genesCLASSFine details largely environmental determinedIDENTIFYING Regenerate normally unless there is permanent destruction from deep woundsHistoryUsed as signatures in Egypt Babylon and China thousands of years agoDr Henry Faulds Scottish surgeon published on the uniqueness of human fingerprints in 1880Alphonse Bertillion created anthrometric measurements for identifying criminals in 1882Used in Canada since 1904 Inspector Edward Foster of the RCMP realized their valueFingerprint PatternsArchLoop
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