Discussion in 'Forensic Science' started by CSI3, May 5, 2005.
Oh, I forgot about this...
Why does luminol show blood under blue light?
Luminol has chemiluminescent properties that react with the iron contained in hemoglobin and turn it blue even on contact with trace amounts.
Right-o never_a_promise! Your turn.
What is a osteon count?
Osteon Count: Method of determining the age of a victim from his/her skeletal remains.
Congratulations draig goch nice to have a new player. Your turn
ummmmmm? Let me think
Oh I know for all you Dr + nurses
What are your phalanges and where are they found?
they are bones, three in each finger and two in each thumb
*Get's medical dictionary ready*
I'm only in tenth grade Bio, but I'm deticated to my forensics!
phalanges are located on your hands (most distal part) as well as your feet (again, most distal part)
Sos allmaple you forgot to say toes Well done thumpyG your go ask away
aw, i lose on a technicality! :lol: no worries
I feelt all powerfullfor a second then when I got to decide who got it right.
I hate having a technicality to allmaple, again sorry
HI all! When I saw allmaples answer, I thought that the phalanges were also on the toes (16 weeks of forensic anthropology will do that to you!) and thought that I might be wrong, but took a chance...
Since I get to demonstrate blood spatter in my next forensic's class on Sat, next question is this:
What are the 5 bloodstain pattern types?
.. I don't know if this is right but.. two may be Velocity and Gravitational? (( I have a feeling I misunderstood that ^^; ))
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