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    Forensic Biology (Crime Scene Investigations)
    By Jenny Mackay
    Publisher: Lucent Books
    Number Of Pages: 104
    Publication Date: 2009-05-22
    ISBN-10 / ASIN: 1420501089
    ISBN-13 / EAN: 9781420501087
    From Introduction:
    Crime is often a life-and-death situation. Criminals may
    take a life. It is law enforcement officers’ job to save one.
    The evidence left behind in the wake of a crime often stems
    from living things, and in the end, the criminal’s life may be at
    stake if he or she is caught.
    Everywhere on earth, there is life. From the plants that surround
    people to the organisms that live within them, the cells
    that compose them to the illnesses they fear, humans cannot
    ignore living things in their quest to solve crimes. Biology, the
    study of living things, is the science most intricately connected
    with crime fighting. Because crimes take place in the living
    world, scientists constantly seek new ways to use the principles
    of living things to solve criminal cases—even those that have
    ended in death.

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