Published Online: 1977
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The forensic analysis of hair and feather usually begins and ends on the stage of a microscope. Accordingly, the forensic scientist often knows little more about these materials than their gross and comparative morphology. In this book, hair and nail, feather and scale are viewed from a completely different perspective; they are described at the molecular level.
Assistant professor, Forensic Sciences Program, University of California, Berkeley, Calif.
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