Honors Forensic Science. Forensic Serology. i . Blood is most common bodily fluid left a crime scene Ii. Often most useful body fluid left a crime scene. I. General. i . 1901 – Karl Landsteiner – discovered method to type blood; won Nobel Prize Ii. 1937 – Rh factor was discovered.By roz
Blood Basics. Forensic Science K. Davis. Some material retrieved from T. Trimpe http://sciencespot.net/. General Information. Blood is the most common & usually the most useful bodily fluid left at a crime scene. 1901 – Karl Landsteiner – discovered method to type blood; won Nobel PrizeBy lobo
Chapter 13. Biological Fluids: Blood, Semen, Saliva, and an Introduction to DNA. Objectives. Students should gain an understanding of: Tests for the presence of blood Serological blood typing Tests for the presence of saliva Tests for the presence of semen The principles of paternityBy rudolph
Forensic Serology. Criminalistics Chapter 12. Karl Landsteiner. First person to recognize that all human blood is not the same Blood is distinguishable by its’ group or type Now called the A-B-O SystemBy thais
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Forensic Characterization of Semen. The presence of seminal stains is important in crimes involving sexual offenses. Two steps: Stains must be located Stains are tested to determine identity. Testing for Seminal Stains. Stains can sometimes be identified visually.
Forensic Characterization of Semen. Secretors. Eighty percent of the population are secretors. Their blood-type antigens are found in high concentration in their body fluids such as saliva, semen, vaginal secretions, and gastric juices. . Testing for Seminal Stains.
Forensic Characterization of Semen. The presence of seminal stains is important in crimes involving sexual offenses. Two steps: Stains must be located Stains are tested to determine identity. Testing for Seminal Stains.
Forensic. Combating money laundering in the accounting profession. Steve Rogerson, Senior Manager KPMG March 4, 2010. Advisory . Agenda. Background FATF recommendations to accountants Professional bodies’ guidance for accountants regarding ML Hong Kong ordinances
FORENSIC. From Being Apart to Being Partners A South African Case Study - Barloworld. Daniel Malan, Associate Director November 2006. SUSTAINABILITY SERVICES. Outline. Being apart Conceptual framework Integrated Social Contracts Theory Corporate Citizens, Colonialists, Activists, Tourists
Characterization. Definition:. The process by which a writer reveals the personality of a character. Two methods: Direct characterization Indirect characterization. Characterization Methods. The writer tells the reader directly what the character is like. Example:
Characterization. Direct vs. Indirect. Direct Characterization. The writer makes direct statements about the character’s personality Uses adjectives to “tell” the reader about the character Useful when the author needs to be brief and move the story forward. Indirect Characterization.
Characterization. Direct and Indirect. Characterization. Characterization is the process by which the author reveals the personality of the character. Two types of characterization: Direct Characterization Indirect Characterization. Direct Characterization.
Characterization Make a list of words that describe who you are. What kind of person are you? Characterize yourself. Compassionate Patient Academic Reflective Silly Musical Optimistic Procrastinator Intelligent Teacher Curious Hard worker Overwhelmed Stressed Quiet.