5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Ulnar Loop
- Apocrine Gland
- Plastic Prints
- Silver Nitrate
- a opens towards the pinky
- b react with chlorides to form silver chloride, a material which turns gray when exposed to light
- c A plain or central pocket whorl have at least one ridge that makes a complete circuit. A double loop is made of two loops and an accidental is not covered by other categories.
- d secrete cytoplasm and nuclear materials
- e Ridge impressions left on a soft material such as putty, wax, soap, or dust.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The blood vessel patterns may be unique to individuals. They are used for today various security purposes.
- must have one or more ridges entering and exiting from the same side it began. Types are Radial and Ulnar
- Made by fingers touching a surface after the ridges have been in contact with a colored material such as blood, paint, grease, or ink.
- fumes react with oils and fats to produce a temporary yellow brown reaction. Iodine crystals sublime (go directly from solid to vapor).
- the study of fingerprints
5 True/False Questions
Alphonse Bertillon → developed the first truly organized system of identifying individuals in 1883
Arch → has friction ridges that enter on one side of the finger and cross to the other side while rising upward in the middle
Eccrine Gland → secrete cytoplasm and nuclear materials
Biometrics → Foot Prints are taken at birth as a means of identification for infants.
Palms → lines can be identified and may be used against suspects