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Dont Forget... Contestants
Although they give answers in the form of questions on the TV show, you do not need to do this. You do need to write your answers on your game board!
500 100 200 300 100 300 200 300 200 100 200 500 300 200 100 400 Crime Scene Fingerprint Basics Blood Basics I Blood Basics II Chromatography Basics
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is suspected of having occurred. Crime Scene for $100
Crime Scene Back to Game
Investigators work with sketch artists and eyewitnesses to create these sketches of a persons face. Crime Scene for $200
Back to Game Facial Composite
Crime Scene for $300 Any evidence found at a crime scene in the form of a physical object.
Back to Game Physical Evidence
Crime Scene for $400 Physical evidence found at a crime scene in small, but measurable amounts.
Good Answer! Back to Game Trace Evidence
Crime Scene for $500 An alternate location where additional evidence of a crime may be found, such as where a gun was thrown away.
Back to Game Secondary Crime Scene
Fingerprint Basics for $100 The three main types of fingerprints are...
Back to Game Loops, whorls, and arches
Fingerprint Basics for $200 How would this fingerprint be classified?
Back to Game Loop
Fingerprint Basics for $300 How would this fingerprint be classified?
Back to Game Plain Arch
Fingerprint Basics for $400 How would this fingerprint be classified?
Back to Game Central Pocket Whorl
Fingerprint Basics for $500 What is the most common type of fingerprint?
Back to Game Loops
Chromatography for $100 A type of mixture in which one substance is dissolved in another
Back to Game Solution
Chromatography for $200 The substance that is dissolved in a solution, such as the ink in chromatography.
Back to Game Solute
Chromatography for $300 The substance that does the dissolving, such as the water in chromatography.
Back to Game Solvent
Chromatography for $400 If you attempt paper chromatography with a black marker and nothing happens, what does this mean?
Back to Game It is a permanent marker or It is not water soluble
Chromatography for $500 Chromatography is from the Greek word, chromos. What does it mean?
Back to Game Color
Blood Basics I for $100 Your blood type is determined by these, which you inherit from your parents.
Back to Game Genes
Blood Basics I for $200 The most abundant cells in our blood.
Back to Game Red blood cells
Blood Basics I for $300 The cells in our blood that are a part of our immune system.
Back to Game White blood cells
Category IV for $400 Which blood type is indicated by the test results shown below? A B Rh
Back to Game A+A+
Blood Basics I for $500 Which blood type is the most common?
Back to Game O
Blood Basics II for $100 How would a blood droplet from a wound to the upper arm differ from one to the lower leg?
Back to Game It would be larger in diameter and possibly have a larger spread.
Blood Basics II for $200 How would the distance between blood droplets change if a person was running instead of walking?
Back to Game The drops would be further apart or The drops would be more of a teardrop shape.
Blood Basics II for $300 What blood type is referred to as the universal donor?
Back to Game Type O A person with Type O blood can donate blood to all blood types.
Blood Basics II for $400 Which blood type is known as the universal recipient?
Back to Game Type AB A person with Type AB blood can receive any blood type.
Blood Basics II for $500 If a person has Type B - blood, which 2 blood types can he safely receive in a transfusion?
Type B - and O -
How much do you want to risk?
What percentage of people have fingerprints with loops?
Which team won?
T. Trimpe Don’t Forget... Contestants.
Dont Forget... Contestants …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!
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Forensic Science. Parts of blood Red blood cells Carry Oxygen Contain the antigens Most abundant cells in body White blood cells Part of the immune system.
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Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006
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Separating mixtures and solutions: Chromatography Mixtures and Solutions.
Bond Types Ionic Compounds Covalent Compounds Polar or Nonpolar.
Your blood type is established before you are BORN, by specific GENES inherited from your parents. These two genes - one gene from your MOTHER and one.
The Structure and Function of Blood. Composition of Blood Blood is responsible for….. – Transporting gases (oxygen & carbon dioxide) – Transporting waste.
In Crime Scene Investigation T. Trimpe Using.
Something to Think About 'Wherever he steps, whatever he touches, whatever he leaves, even unconsciously, will serve as a silent witness against him. Not.
Bloodspatter Pattern Analysis Blood Drop Size in relation to Height Behavior of the Blood Drop.
Intro to Blood & Forensic Serology Forensic Science 12/15/14.
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What is Chemistry??? the nature and properties of matter.
Blood as Evidence part 1. 1 st things 1 st IS it BLOOD? Or rust, or chocolate, or ketchup… IS it HUMAN blood?
Instructions for Playing Jeopardy Click on the question that you want to attempt, example $100 Read the question and click on the slide to advance to.
Outcome and Theme Comprehension Strategies
T. Trimpe What is chromatography? From Wikipedia... Chromatography (from Greek word for chromos for colour) is the collective.
November 3, 2015 Objective: I will observe what happens when different substances are mixed with water. Entry Task: Read the introduction on page 124 (black.
BLOOD BASICS Forensic Science & Blood Typing T. Trimpe 2006
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Template by Becky Afghani, 2007 Jeopardy Course Game Title: Category 1, Category 2, Category 3, Category 4, Category 5 GAME BOARDDIRECTIONS.
8 th Grade Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006
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