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FRSC 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Expert Witness, Spectrophotometry, Genetic Testing

Distinguished one individual from another: quick review on chapter 1 (pg. 10: 5 basic services provided by full service crime laboratories (pg. 14, org
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FRSC 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-4: Graph Paper, Hyperparameter Optimization, Serval

The walk through- the initial survey of a crime scene carried out by the lead investigator to gain an overview of the scene in order to formulate a pla
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FRSC 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Karl Landsteiner, Antiserum, Antibody

Deoxyribonucleic acid (dna)- the (cid:373)ole(cid:272)ules that (cid:272)arry the (cid:271)ody"s ge(cid:374)eti(cid:272) i(cid:374)for(cid:373)atio(cid
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FRSC 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Livor Mortis, Algor Mortis, Forensic Pathology

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Investigation personnel, typically medical examiners or coroners, who investigate the cause, manner, and time of death of a victim in a crime. A physic
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FRSC 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Red Blood Cell, Karl Landsteiner, Urine Test Strip

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Karl landsteiner announced one of the most significant discoveries of the twentieth century, the typing of blood and finding this earned him a nobel pr
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FRSC 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Forensic Entomology, Forensic Anthropology, Calliphoridae

Forensic anthropology- the use of anthropological knowledge of humans and skeletal structure to examine and identify human skeletal remains. Skeletal b
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FRSC 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Blood Residue, Satin, Skeletonization

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The angle at which a blood droplet struck a surface. The location or position of a victim at the time a bloody wound was inflicted. The movement of a b
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FRSC 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Hyperparameter Optimization, Command Center

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