Fingerprints are unique and, if left at a crime scene, they can help identify a suspect. What is the examination of these prints called?
Blood typing was an early form of forensic science. How many human blood types are there?
What part of the body do investigators commonly swab to get a DNA sample?
When a suspect is not available in person, what might be tested for DNA instead?
After death, the human body takes on a stiffness called what?
Forensic science is centered around trace evidence; that is, the transfer of material from one object to another when they touch. What is this principle called?
Which of these is a NOT a field within forensic science?
Which of these cells does not contain DNA?
Ten fingerprints classification system is also known as
Which of the following do identical twins NOT share?
Wads are found in the cartridge of the following firearms:
Which of these prefixes means "relating to blood"?