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Due Date: 10/26/2012
Subject: Forensic Science

Objective:  Increase your knowledge about Forensics Entomology.

   1.  You are required to visit the following website, and answer the following questions.  

         http://www.forensicentomology.com/index.html

Introduction:

1. What is the the purpose of this site?

 

Definition:

2. What is forensic Entomology?

 

Life Cycles: Another Great site for this section!

There are different stages of the life cycle of the fruit fly. Egg, larva, pupa, adult. Describe these stages.

3. Egg Check out Blow Fly Laying Eggs! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrP5a3GELpc&NR=1

 

Size, Color, When it First Appears, Duration of Phase, Characteristics

4. Larva Check out what larvae look like! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_arJNxbMzk

Size, Color, When it First Appears, Duration of Phase, Characteristics

5. Pupa

Size, Color, When it First Appears, Duration of Phase, Characteristics

6. Adult: Check out the birth of the Fly! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3njusp5y_I&NR=1

Size, Color, When it First Appears, Duration of Phase, Charactieristics

Information:

7. What is the most common reason that a forensic entomologist is called to a crime scene?

8. What does, "Time Since Colonization," mean?

9. Explain why Toxicological analysis can be helpful using insect larvae?

Protocol

There are four common procedure that are folloed by a forensic entomologist. Describe the stages.

10. Scene observations and weather data

11. Collection of insects from the body at the scene

12. Collection of insects from body after body removal

13. How should insects get shipped?

 




Electromagnetic Spectrum  
Due Date: 10/19/2012
Subject: Chemistry

Objective:  

This will serve as part of your 9 weeks exam study guide.  

Draw the various parts of the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

 1.  RADIO WAVES | MICROWAVES | INFRARED | VISIBLE LIGHT | ULTRAVIOLET | X-RAYS | GAMMA RAYS

  Be sure to write a summary that describe each part of the spectrum listed above.

 

2.  Be to include all wavelengths and their measurements.


Webquest  
Due Date: 10/19/2012
Subject: Forensic Science

Objective:  Increase your knowledge about Forensics Entomology.

   1.  You are required to visit the following website, and answer the following questions.  

         http://www.forensicentomology.com/index.html

Introduction:

1. What is the the purpose of this site?

 

Definition:

2. What is forensic Entomology?

 

Life Cycles: Another Great site for this section!

There are different stages of the life cycle of the fruit fly. Egg, larva, pupa, adult. Describe these stages.

3. Egg Check out Blow Fly Laying Eggs! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrP5a3GELpc&NR=1

 

Size, Color, When it First Appears, Duration of Phase, Characteristics

4. Larva Check out what larvae look like! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_arJNxbMzk

Size, Color, When it First Appears, Duration of Phase, Characteristics

5. Pupa

Size, Color, When it First Appears, Duration of Phase, Characteristics

6. Adult: Check out the birth of the Fly! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3njusp5y_I&NR=1

Size, Color, When it First Appears, Duration of Phase, Charactieristics

Information:

7. What is the most common reason that a forensic entomologist is called to a crime scene?

8. What does, "Time Since Colonization," mean?

9. Explain why Toxicological analysis can be helpful using insect larvae?

Protocol

There are four common procedure that are folloed by a forensic entomologist. Describe the stages.

10. Scene observations and weather data

11. Collection of insects from the body at the scene

12. Collection of insects from body after body removal

13. How should insects get shipped?

 



Webquest  
Due Date: 10/19/2012
Subject: Chemistry

Objective:  

This will serve as part of your 9 weeks exam study guide.  

Draw the various parts of the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

 1.  RADIO WAVES | MICROWAVES | INFRARED | VISIBLE LIGHT | ULTRAVIOLET | X-RAYS | GAMMA RAYS

  Be sure to write a summary that describe each part of the spectrum listed above.

 

2.  Be to include all wavelengths and their measurements.