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WESTERNANTH 2235A/BEldon MoltoSummer

Lecture 2 – Historical Overview of Forensic Science

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22 Mar 2012
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Lecture 2 historical overview of forensic science. Forensic science owes it origins to the first individuals who developed the principles and technique
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Anthropology 2235A/B Lecture 4: Lecture #4 mtDNA (Final)

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23 Feb 2015
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Review of mtdna analysis and its use in historical cases. If looking at common haplotypes you may have to look at snps in control region. Comparing two
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WESTERNANTH 2235A/BEldon MoltoFall

Anthropology 2235A/B Lecture Notes - Femur

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1 Jul 2012
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Anthropology 2235A/B Lecture 6: Leture 6 (Midterm)

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23 Feb 2015
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It is no longer slow and it is not near as costly locus on the x and y chromosomes: mitochondrial dna and y-chromosome haplotypes can be used for ances
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Anthropology 2235A/B Lecture 5: Lecture 5 mass disaster and human rights (Final)

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23 Feb 2015
26
Lecture #5: forensic investigations in mass disaster and human rights conflicts. 747-131 carrying 230 people crashed off of long island this was an oly
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Anthropology 2235A/B Lecture 3: Lecture 3 DNA cases (Final)

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23 Feb 2015
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Evolution in dna analysis in a decade we see rflps be replaced by strs. Dna analysis techniques are up to replaced rflp. Many doubted the anthro result
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Anthropology 2235A/B Lecture Notes - Blunt Trauma

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2 Jul 2012
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Lecture 38 trauma analysis & types of trauma. Trauma analysis: trauma analysis concerns injuries inflicted to bone because of: Blunt force trauma: low
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Anthropology 2235A/B Lecture 1: Lecture 1 (Final)

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23 Feb 2015
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This is because the bone is naturally plastic (but this is difficult to explain to juries) The plasticity of younger bones is greater than that of adul
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Lecture 7 – Crime Scene Investigations

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24 Apr 2012
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Anthropology 2235A/B Lecture 2: lecture 2 (Midterm)

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23 Feb 2015
28
Forensic science in canada history and structure delayed development development patterns are similar to the uk and us but there are differences, a bit
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Anthropology 2235A/B Lecture Notes - Biomineralization, Taphonomy, Death

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2 Jul 2012
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Lecture 37 principles of trauma analysis: 1. Distinguishing from pathological, normal and taphonomic processes this requires extensive knowledge of bio
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Anthropology 2235A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Null Allele, Product Rule, Population Genetics

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11 Jun 2012
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Lecture 12 dna in forensic science: cytogenetics. Cytogenetics: cyto = cell, cytogenetics refers to the study of genetic mechanisms that operate within
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