volume 23, issue 1, P36-38 2018
DOI: 10.17986/blm.2017134561
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Halide Nihal Açıkgöz, Ali Açıkgöz

Abstract: Objective: Forensic entomological practices rely upon accurate larval identification and measurement of larval length, for the estimation of post-mortem intervals. The methods used for killing larvae may affect the length of larvae. In the autopsy hall, corpses which are contain entomological remains have been washed with grape vinegar. Besides, while collecting and killing the larvae on corpses, crime scene teams use ethanol 70% because it is practical. The aim of this study was to determine which of ho…

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