Nuclear and Mitochondria

What types of evidence you would expect to find at the scene, and on the victim or suspect which you would submit to the laboratory for forensic analysis in order to associate the crime scene, victim and suspect with each other.

Explain the difference between class and individual characteristics.

What class and individual characteristics would an examiner look for in fingerprints? Bullets/cartridge casings? and footwear impressions?

Describe the difference between nuclear and mitochondri DNA.

What types of evidence might be analyzed for nuclear DNA?

What types of evidence might be analyzed for mitochondria! DNA?

Define the different types of drugs.

List commonly abused drug from each category and explain how that drug affects the body.

What are the differences in what an episode of a police-based drama and describe the difference between what the characters do in that show that is different from real life.











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