Forensic Biology: Biological Concepts And Body Fluids

This course addresses the biochemistry, location, identification, documentation, collection and preservation of body fluids and tissues at crime scenes and in the forensic laboratory. Emphasis is placed on the determination of the appropriate biological evidence suitable for forensic DNA typing. Other forensic laboratory analyses, especially the techniques currently used to characterize body fluids are considered. Crime scene approach, the chain of custody of evidence and testimony are also discussed in the context of biological evidence. (Lec 3) cr 3.

FOID-2006EL
Forensic Science
3.00
UG