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What types of patterns are made from the force of gravity? passive
the location in three dimensional spaces from which blood that produced a blood stain originated point of origin
The transfer of blood from a moving source onto an unstained surface. Swipe
An absence of strains in an otherwise continuous bloodstain pattern void
blood directed back toward the source of the force that caused the spatter back spatter
blood directed back toward the source of the force that caused the spatter cast off
blood directed back toward the source of the force that caused the spatter angle of impact
an impact spatter pattern created by a force traveling at 100 feet per second or faster and producing drops with diameters less than 1 millimeter high velocity
an impact spatter pattern created by a force traveling at 100 feet per second or faster and producing drops with diameters less than 1 millimeter medium velocity
an impact spatter pattern created by a force traveling at 100 feet per second or faster and producing drops with diameters less than 1 millimeter low velocity
patterns that occur when the force is applied to the source of the blood projected
a bloodstain pattern produced when an object makes forceful contact with a source of blood, projecting drops of blood outward from the source impact
Evidence that liquid blood has come into contact with a surface bloodstain
The pointed or elongated stains which radiate away from the central area of a bloodstain. spine
The common point (area), on a two dimensional surface, over which the directionality of several blood drops can be retraced. point of convergence

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Blood Spatter Crossword

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The acute angle formed between the direction of a blood drop and the plane of the surface it strikes Angle of Impact
An impact spatter pattern created by a force traveling at 5 feet per second or less and producing droplets that are greater than 4mm in diameter Low Velocity
An impact spatter pattern created by a force traveling at 5-25 feet per second and producing droplets that are between 1-4 mm in diameter Medium Velocity
An impact spatter pattern created by a force traveling at least 100 feet per second and producing droplets that are less than 1mm in diameter high velocity
Blood that is blown out the nose, mouth, or a wound as a result of air pressure and/or air flow which is the propelling force Expirated
Bloodstain pattern resulting from blood exiting the body under pressure from a breached artery Arterial Spurt
Blood directed back toward the source of the force that caused the spatter Back Spatter
evidence that liquid blood has come into contact with a surface bloodstain
A blood stained object is smeared over a clean surface swipe
Non bloody object moved through an existing stain, removing or altering it's appearance Wipe
created when a victim is subjected to blows that produce blood released at a force greater than gravity. Size and shape while depend on the amount of forced used to strike the blood source. Projected
result from blood dropping onto a floor or surface under the force of gravity Passive
Blood released or thrown from a blood-bearing object in motion Castoff
The common point where the directionality of several blood stains can be retraced PointofConvergence
blood stain created when a wet, bloody surface comes in contact with a secondary surface Transfer
The pointed or elongated stains which radiate away from the central area of a bloodstain. Spine
When there is an empty space or “void” in the spatter. This indicates that there was an object in the way. Ghosting

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Blood Unit Crossword Puzzle

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An area within a deposited spatter that is clear of spatter, caused by an object or person blocking the area Void
The angle formed between the path of a blood drop and the surface that it contacts Angle of Impact
Blood drops created by the force of gravity acting alone Passive Drop
A pattern created when blood is flung from a bloody object in motion to a surface cast off
An impact spatter created by a force traveling at 5 feet or less low velocity spatter
A pattern containing spurts that resulted from blood exiting under pressure from an arterial injury Arterial spray
A pattern created when a surface that carries wet blood comes in contact with a second surface transfer pattern
The transfer of blood from a moving surface onto an unstained surface Swipe pattern
Pointed or elongated stains which radiate away from the central area of a blood stain spines
A pattern created when an object moves through an existing stain wipe pattern
A pattern formed by the movement of small or large amounts of blood as a result of gravity's pull flow pattern
The area on a two-dimensional plane where the lines traced through the long axis of several individual blood stains meet area of convergence
A bloodstain pattern produced when an object makes forceful contact with a source of blood, projecting drops of blood outward from a the source impact spatter
Blood spatter that travels away from the source in the same direction as the source that caused the spatter forward spatter
The location in a three-dimensional space from which blood that produces a bloodstain originated area of origin

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Blood Spatter Analysis Crossword

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Angle at which blood strikes a target ANGLEOFIMPACT
Occurs when blood is projected from wound under pressure due to muscle contraction. ARTERIALSPURT
Results when blood is directed back towards the source. BACKSPATTER
Recognizable pattern left when bloody object contacts a surface. BLOOSDTAINTRANSFER
Blood that is thrown from an object. CASTOFF
Relates to the direction that a drop travels through space. DIRECTIONALITY
Appearance of high velocity blood spray. FINEMIST
Blood volume is dependent on the size of the ____ from which it originates. ORIFICE
As a rule, blood follows these laws PHYSICS
Part of bloodstain that faces the direction of travel POINTEDEND
Common point on a two dimensional plane over which several bloodstains can be retraced. POINTOFCONVERGENCE
Point in three dimensional space that lies directly above the P. of C. POINTOFORIGIN
Blood behaves like this in motion PROJECTILE
Shape of blood drops falling straight down ROUND
Area devoid of spatter because an object has been moved SHADOWING
Shape of blood droplets until they collide SPHERICAL
The shape of a blood droplet is the result of this force that binds molecules together SURFACETENSION
Wet blood is transferred to a clean surface. SWIPE
Dependent on acceleration of gravity and friction of air against blood drop. TERMINALVELOCITY
These functions are used to determine A.O.I. TRIGONOMETRIC
When a dry object moves through a wet bloodstain. WIPE

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Test Your Knowledge - Forensic Science Crossword

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The cut or low-lying portions between the lands in a rifled bore Grooves
The spiral grooves formed in the bore of a firearm barrel that impart spin to the projectile when it is fired Rifling
The interior of a firearm barrel Bore
The raised portion between the grooves in a rifled bore Lands
The diameter of the bore of a rifled firearm, usually expressed in hundredths of an inch or millimeters Caliber
The mechanism in a firearm that withdraws a cartridge or fired case from the chamber Extractor
The mechanism in a firearm that throws the cartridge or fired case from the firearm Ejector
An interior constriction placed at o near the muzzle end of a shotgun's barrel to control shot dispersion Choke
A chemical test used to examine patterns of gunpowder residues around bullet holes Greiss test
Blood spatter around parent stain, with lood droplets whose pointed ends face against the direction of travel Satellite spatter
A bloodstain pattern produced when an object makes forecful contact with a source of blood, projecting droplets outward from the source Impact spatter
Blood that travels away from the ource in the same direction as the force that caused the spatter Forward spatter
Blood directed back toward the source of the force that caused the spatter Back spatter
The location in 3-D space that blood that produced a bloodstain originated from Area of Origin
A bloodstain pattern that is created when blood is flung from a blood-bearing object in motion onto a surface Cast-off
A characteristic bloodstain pattern caused by spurts that resulted from blood exiting under pressure from an arterial injury Arterial spray
A pattern created by blood that is expelled out of the nose, mouth, or respiratory system as a result of air pressure or airflow Expirated Blood Pattern
An area within a deposited spatter pattern that is clear of spatter, caused by an object or person's blocking the area Void
The rear part of the firearm barrel Breech Face Mark
Members of the FBI and ATF joined forces to introduce the ____ programto the discipline of firearms examination NIBIN

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Blood and Blood Spatter Crossword

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clumping of cells caused by an antigen- antibody response Agglutination
Angle at which blood strikes a target surface relative to the horizontal plane of the target surface AngleOfImpact
Proteins secreted by white blood cells that attach to specific antigens Antibodies
Substance that provokes an immune response in the body Antigen
Reaction in which antibodies attach to specific antigens Antigen-AntibodyResponse
2 dimensional view of the intersection of lines formed by drawing a line through the main axis AreaOfConvergence
the loaction of a blood source viewed in three dimensions as determined by projecting angles AreaOfOrigin
Blood projected onto a surface as a result of being flung from an object in motion Cast-OffPattern
Blood drop created solely as a result of gravity PassiveDrop
Smaller droplets of blood projected from larger drops of blood upon impact with a surface Satellite
Elongated blood streaks radiating away from the center of a bloodstain Spine
Blood pattern resulting from a lateral transfer from a moving source onto another surface Swipe
Smeared blood pattern created when an object moves through blood that is not completely dried Wipe

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Newton's Law Crossword Puzzle

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The tendency of an object to resist change in its motion Inertia
For every action there is an equal opposite reaction Newtons Third Law
Acceleration of an object depends upon its mass & the force acting upon it Newtons Second Law
The distances an object travels per unit of time Speed
A change of velocity Acceleration
A push or pull Force
The amount of matter in object Mass
Slowing down Deceleration
Speed in a given direction Velocity
Force that produces a nonzero net force Unbalanced Force
The force that pulls objects toward each other Gravity
The overall force on an object when all individual forces acting on it are added together Net Force
Equal Forces acting on an object In opposite directions Balanced Forces
The state in which one object's distance from another is changing Motion
Energy that an object has due to its motion Kinetic energy

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Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Crossword

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A small blood drop produced as a by-product of drop formation. Accompanying Drop
A bloodstain with characteristics that indicate a physical change has occurred. Altered Stain
The acute angle (alpha), relative to the plane of a target, at which a blood drop strikes the target. Angle of Impact
The area containing the intersections generated by lines drawn through the long axes of individual stains that indicates in two dimensions the location of the blood source Area of Convergence
The three-dimensional location from which spatter originated. Area of Origin
A bloodstain pattern resulting from blood drops that traveled in the opposite direction of the external force applied; associated with an entrance wound created by a projectile. Backspatter Pattern
A gelatinous mass formed by a complex mechanism involving red blood cells, fibrinogen, platelets, and other clotting factors. Blood clot
A deposit of blood on a surface. Bloodstain
A grouping or distribution of bloodstains that indicates through regular or repetitive form, order, or arrangement the manner in which the pattern was deposited. Bloodstain pattern
An outline within a bloodstain resulting from air in the blood. Bubble Ring
A bloodstain pattern resulting from blood drops released from an object due to its motion. Cast-off Pattern
A bloodstain pattern resulting from blood drops released from an object due to its rapid deceleration. Cessation Cast-off Pattern
The angle (gamma) between the long axis of a spatter stain and a defined reference line on the target. Directional Angle
A bloodstain pattern resulting from a liquid that dripped into another liquid, at least one of which was blood. Drip Pattern
A bloodstain resulting from a falling drop that formed due to gravity. Drip Stain
A bloodstain pattern resulting from the movement of a source of drip stains between two points. Drip Trail
A physical feature of the periphery of a bloodstain. Edge Characteristic
A bloodstain pattern resulting from blood forced by airflow out of the nose, mouth, or a wound. Expiration Pattern
A bloodstain pattern resulting from the movement of a volume of blood on a surface due to gravity or movement of the target. Flow Pattern
A bloodstain pattern resulting from blood drops that traveled in the same direction as the impact force. Forward Spatter Pattern
A bloodstain pattern resulting from an object striking liquid blood. Impact Pattern
A bloodstain resulting from insect activity. Insect Stain
A bloodstain pattern resulting from blood reduced to a spray of micro-drops as a result of the force applied. Mist Pattern
A bloodstain from which a satellite stain originated. Parent Stain
An altered stain that consists of the peripheral characteristics of the original stain. Perimeter Stain
A bloodstain resulting from an accumulation of liquid blood on a surface. Pool
A bloodstain pattern resulting from the ejection of a volume of blood under pressure. Projected Pattern
A smaller bloodstain that originated during the formation of the parent stain as a result of blood impacting a surface. Satellite Stain

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Blood Spatter Crossword

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The acute angle formed between the direction of a blood drop and the plane of the surface it strikes Angle of impact
Evidence that liquid blood has come into contact with a surface. Bloodstain
A bloodstain pattern which results from blood dripping into blood. Drip Pattern
A change in the shape and direction of a blood stain due to the influence of gravity or movement of the object. Flow pattern
A drop of blood from which a wave, cast-off, or satellite Parent Drop
The absence of stains in an area void
When rings of blood containing air bubbles dries and retains bubble's circular configuration as a dried outline Bubble Rings
Blood which has been reduced to a fine spray, as a result of the energy or force applied to it. Misting
A change in the shape and direction of a bloodstain due to the influence of gravity or movement of object. Flow Pattern
A surface upon which blood has been deposited Target
The pointed or elongated stains which radiate away from the central area of bloodstain Spine
The transfer of blood from a moving source onto an unstained surface. Direction of travel may be determined by the feathered edge. Swipe Pattern
Small droplets of blood that are distributed around a drop or pool of blood as a result of the blood impacting the target surface. Satellite Spatter
The deflection of blood after impact with a target surface that results in straining of a second target surface. Ricochet
A bloodstain pattern created when an object moves through an existing stain, removing and/or altering its appearance. Wipe pattern

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Unit 6 #2 Vocabulary puzzle Crossword

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Blood that is directed back toward the force that caused the spatter. Backspatter
blood deposit surface target
3. evidence that blood has come in contact with a surface bloodstain
blood stain may be continuous throughout but not in this area. void
The pattern created when blood is thrown from a castoffpattern
An object moves through and existing stain, changing its appearance. wipepattern
Pattern that results from blood dripping into blood drippattern
When blood is released under pressure as opposed to by an impact, this may be produced. Projectedbloodpatterns
Blood that is blown out of a source expiratedblood
A drop of blood that casts off a wave or satellite spatter parentdrop
Blood that travels in the same direction as the source of energy or force that caused the spatter forwardspatter
Blood that has been reduced to a fine spray as a result of the energy or force applied to it misting
A bloodstain pattern caused by a high-speed impact or force to a blood source Highvelocityimpactspatter
a beating or stabbing typically causes this type of lower speed spatter. Mediumvelocityimpactspatter
Bloodstain pattern created when blood receives a blow or force resulting in the random dispersion of smaller drops of blood impactpattern
A bloodstain pattern caused by a low-speed impact or force to a blood source lowvelocityimpactspatter
The point where force meets a blood source impactsite

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Newton's Laws of Motion Crossword

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An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motino unless acted upon by an outside force Inertia
Mass times Acceleration Force
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Third Law
Distance per Time Speed
Change in Speed per Time Acceleration
Distance per Time with Direction Velocity
A push or pull Force
Mass times Speed Momentum
The pull of one object on another object Gravity
The overall force exerted on an object Net Force
The overall force has zero force on an object Balanced Force
Stored energy that results from the position or shape of an object Potential Energy
The unit measuring the affects gravity has on mass Weight
The force that one surface exerts on another when the two surfaces rub against each other Friction
Energy that an object has due to its motion Kinetic Energy
The name often given to the force exerted by the first object on a second object Action Force
The name often given to the force exerted by the second object back on the first object Reaction Force
The force of air pushing against a moving object. Air Resistance
The ability to produce change Energy
A number that tells how much of something there is. Magnitude

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