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CHAPTER TWELVE REVIEW QUESTIONS
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What test could be done to determine whether a bloodstain is of human or animal origin?
What is the rarest blood type in the United States?
What blood components are directly pertinent to the forensics aspects of blood identification? Circle all that apply.
Blood serum, red blood cells
Tell whether EACH statement is true or false about monoclonal antibodies.
True// They are produced utilizing rapidly multiplying blood-cancer cells
True// They are produced by injecting a mouse with an antigen
True//They are expected to be medicine's version of the "magic-bullet"
In routine blood banking, which antigens must be determined in testing for compatibility? (there are 3)
What is PSA
Protein unique to seminal fluid
What is PGM
Polymorphic enzyme found in red blood
A blood droplet falling on a hard, non-porous surface creates (more or less) spatter than a blood droplet falling the same distance on a softer, porous surface.
Which test for the identification of bloodstains is more sensitive: the Takayama and Teichmann crystal tests or the Kastle-Meyer color test?
Kastle Meyer color test
Compare the amount of acid phosphatase in seminal fluid to the amount of acid phosphatase in blood.
Greater in seminal fluid
What is EMIT?
Screening test for marijuana, used to detect drugs in urine. Also an immunological technique
A (?) is an observable characteristic of an individual.
A type A person may have the genotype ________ or the genotype ________.
When a pair of allelic genes are different what is the word that describes those genes (homozygous, heterozygous).
Type B blood contains ________ antigens and anti- ______ antibodies.
What antigens are found on a type O blood?
Type A blood contains _______ antigens and anti- _______ antibodies.
Type A cells will agglutinate when added to (AB, O) blood.
Serum contains proteins known as ________________, which destroy or inactivate antigens.
A Rh negative person can (give, receive) blood (from, to) a Rh positive person.
A Rh positive person cannot (give, receive) blood (from, to) a Rh negative person.
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