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forensic hair

study of hairs and fibers at a crime scene

Trace evidence small physical material that can be transferred form person to personor between a person and a crime scene.
Cortex thr largest portion of the shaft giving you the hair color that you have naturally
Trace evidence examples hair, fibers, peices of glass, chips of aint dirt, plant material
coronal crownlike scales of a cuticle.humans rarely have this type of scale rodents do.
Fiber classifications mineral,animal,vegetable,synthetic
Medulla cells that run down the center of the cortex like canal
Study of hair trichology
hair that provides most features at a crime scene scalp hair
Created by: ishj