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Why do we leave fingerprints?
Title
We all know how fingerprints are made. The ridges on our fingers transfer material to other objects. Click on the bold text below to visit web sites and learn about the pores in our fingers, why we have ridges on our fingers and more!
Description
Science|Vocational Education
Subject
11th|12th|Vocational Education|9th|10th
Audience Level
Core Standard
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Fingerprint differences between children and adults. Currently used in this project.

Sweat on finger (2010). Currently used in this project.

Skin, sweat glands, and oil glands. Currently used in this project.

Guns And The DNA Left Behind. Currently used in this project.

What is friction skin?. Currently used in this project.

PCR helps to create DNA profiles from fingerprints. Currently used in this project.

DNA profiles from fingermarks Jennifer E.L. Templeton and Adrian LinacreSchool of Biological Sciences, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia. Currently used in this project.

Scientific American Ask the Experts. Currently unused in this project.

Wikipedia - Drawing of Skin. Currently unused in this project.

Finger with sweat. Currently unused in this project.

Eccrine gland - close up. Currently unused in this project.

Sebaceous Gland - close up. Currently unused in this project.

Analysis of Latent Human Fingerprints Using Infrared Spectromicroscopy. Currently unused in this project.

DNA from fingerprints?. Currently unused in this project.

DNA extractable from fingerprints. Currently unused in this project.

LATENT PRINT SECTION. Currently unused in this project.

LATENT PRINT DEVELOPMENT Brian Yamashita and Mike French. Currently unused in this project.

What is fingerprints in forensic science: (see section on Characteristics). Currently unused in this project.

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