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These are the 8 different blood types that a human could have l.jpg
These are the 8 different blood types that a human could have.

  • What are A+, A-, B+, B-, AB+, AB-, O+, O-?


This is the definition of agglutination l.jpg
This is the definition of agglutination. have.

  • What is when blood cells clump together do to an immune response?


A person that is a has these antibodies l.jpg
A person that is A- has these antibodies. have.

Daily Double

  • What are anti-B and anti-Rh?


A person that is bloodtype b can receive these bloodtypes in a transfusion l.jpg
A person that is bloodtype B- can receive these bloodtypes in a transfusion.

  • What are B- and O-?


In order to determine if a person is type a this is added to the a well in the blood typing tray l.jpg
In order to determine if a person is type A, this is added to the “A” well in the blood typing tray.

  • What is anti-A serum?




The average human has this many liters of blood in their body l.jpg
The average human has this many liters of blood in their body.

  • What is 5-6 liters in males and 4-5 liters in females?


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These are the four components of blood. body.

Bonus!

  • What are plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets?


This is the property of blood that causes it to contract into a sphere when in flight l.jpg
This is the property of blood that causes it to contract into a sphere when in flight.

  • What is surface tension?


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This is the definition of a passive blood stain. into a sphere when in flight.

  • What is drops created or formed by the force of gravity acting alone?


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This is the definition of a transfer blood stain. into a sphere when in flight.

  • What is a blood stain created when a wet, bloody surface comes in contact with a secondary surface?


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These are two examples of types of transfer stains. into a sphere when in flight.

  • What are swipes and wipes?


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This is the definition of a projected blood stain. into a sphere when in flight.

  • What is a blood stain created when an exposed blood source is subjected to an action or force, greater than the force of gravity?


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These are two examples of projected blood stains. into a sphere when in flight.

  • What are Arterial Spurt / Gush, Cast-Off or Impact Spatter?


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These are the names of the three types of impact spatter. into a sphere when in flight.

  • What are high velocity, medium velocity and low velocity?


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This is the cause of medium velocity blood spatter. into a sphere when in flight.

  • What is some form of impact from a hand or hand-held object?


This is the cause of high velocity blood spatter l.jpg
This is the cause of high velocity blood spatter. into a sphere when in flight.

  • What is a gun shot?


Medium velocity blood spatter usually falls in this size range l.jpg
Medium velocity blood spatter usually falls in this size range.

Daily Double!

  • What is 1-4 mm in diameter?


This is the size of high velocity impact spatter l.jpg
This is the size of high velocity impact spatter. range.

  • What is less than 1 mm in diameter?


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When a droplet of blood strikes a surface at an angle perpendicular to that surface, this is the shape of the blood stain.

  • What is a circle?


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As blood stains form at more and more acute angles, this is what happens to the shape of the blood stains.

  • What is they become more elongated?


This the name for stains that spray off and are disconnected from the main stain l.jpg
This the name for stains that spray off and are disconnected from the main stain.

  • What are satellites?


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These are small parts of a blood stain that are still connected to the main blood stain but stick out from it, giving it the shape of a sun instead of a circle.

  • What are spines?


These are three characteristics of a blood stain which you can use to determine directionality l.jpg
These are three characteristics of a blood stain which you can use to determine directionality.

  • What are satellites, the direction of the tail, the direction of any spines, where on the blood stain did the blood pool?


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This is the formula for AOI. can use to determine directionality.

  • What is sin-1 (W/L)?


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This is the formula for determining point of origin. can use to determine directionality.

  • What is PO= tan (AOI) * distance?


This is the definition of point of convergence l.jpg
This is the definition of point of convergence. can use to determine directionality.

  • What is the common point, on a 2 dimensional surface, over which the directionality of several bloodstains can be retraced?


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This is the point of origin of a blood stain that has a width of 2 cm and a length of 3 cm and is 20 cm from the point of convergence.

Bonus!

  • What is 22.4 cm?


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This is the angle of impact width of 2 cm and a length of 3 cm and is 20 cm from the point of convergence.Δ of a blood drop that is 1.1 cm in width and 1.6 cm in length?

  • What is 46.6 degrees?


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