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Biological evidence in forensic science includes organic materials, such as blood, semen, hair, saliva and skin tissue. Forensic scientists use fingernail scrapings and bone to identify victims and criminals. Biological ... More »

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Taxonomy, the science of classifying organisms, is based on phylogeny. Phylogeny attempts to establish the evolutionary history of a species, and taxonomy classifies organisms by this history. More »

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There is no foolproof test for virginity among human beings. Males undergo no significant anatomical alterations as a result of their initial experience of sexual intercourse. Even the presence or absence of the females'... More »

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To obtain DNA for DNA fingerprinting, a sample of cells from skin, hair, blood, saliva or semen is collected. The white blood cells from the sample are broken open using detergent, and then the usable DNA is separated fr... More »

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Scientists categorize blood as a connective tissue for two primary reasons. According to Rutgers University, blood originates in embryo in the mesoderm, one of the three primary layers of cells; blood shares this origin ... More »

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Biological evolution is defined as organisms reproducing but experiencing changes with each generation. Evolution can happen in a small and large context. There are small genetic changes between generations, as well as l... More »

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Biological inheritance is broadly defined as physical heredity. Heredity, or inheritance in the biological sense, refers to the physical features that offspring inherit from their parents, such as eye color, shape of nos... More »

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