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Exam #4 Answers: 1. You are conducting a bite mark analysis on an individual in your lab. What features would best help you make an identification of the perpetrator? The distance from canine to ca... nine 2. Which of the following is an example of cultural/behavioral modifications to the skeleton that could be useful in identification? Grooves to the teeth from pipe smoking 3. Which of the following infectious diseases affect the face and facial portion of the skeleton: Leprosy, tuberculosis and syphilis all affect the facial skeleton 4. The pathological condition found in the eye orbits due to iron deficiency anemia and red blood cell production is known as: Cribra orbitalia 5. The type of pathology that is due to iron deficiency anemia and that is found on the vault of the skull is called? Porotic hyperostosis 6. Facets on the lower tibiae (shin bones) and the talus (ankle bone) may be indicative of which habitual activity? Squatting 7. To estimate body weight from bones, one must take into account which of the following factors? Size of the muscle markings Sex Height All of the above, and you are still just guessing 8. Habitual pipe smoking may be reflected in the teeth in the form of rounded facets on the occlusal (biting) surfaces. True 9. The role of JPAC is to... Recover, identify and repatriate missing US service men and women 10. Bite mark analysis has withstood years of scrutiny and is now widely regarded as a well established approach to forensic identification False 11. For the Pedro de Corpa case study discussed in class, what was the only available skeletal evidence that this project was based on: A partial cranium 12. Evidence of focused or concentrated use of certain body segments that may give an anthropologist some insight into a person’s occupation before death can be found in: The pattern of minor stress fractures Discrete markers such as facets and grooves on certain bones Modifications to areas of muscle insertion All of the above This study source was downloaded by 100000831988016 from CourseHero.com on 03-25-2022 16:01:12 GMT -05:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/38435161/ASM-275-Exam-4docx/ 13. The Bosnian genocide occurred during the 1990s. True 14. You find a skeletonized individual out in the desert. You notice that there is beveling around the left glenoid fossa (shoulder socket), the left humerus is heavier and the left deltoid tuberosity is larger. You conclude which of the following about this individual? They were likely left handed 15. The Fort King George skull showed the tell tale signs of scalping and was therefore positively identified as Pedro de Corpa. False 16. Anatomical variants can provide information on normal human skeletal and dental variation which can be useful for making a positive identification. True 17. The lines that appear on the teeth as a result of non-specific stress during growth are called: Linear enamel hypoplasias (LEH) 18. One can usually tell what a person did for a living by observing occupational stress markers on the skeleton False 19. The sole goal of facial reproduction is to produce an exact replica of the individual for identification purposes. False 20. Whose bite mark did we discuss most specifically in class? Ted Bundy 21. All of the following can be used to determine handedness except: Elbow arthritis Humerus epicondyle breadth Glenoid beveling Metacarpal: carpal ratios 22. Examining bone pathology on a decedent (dead person) can provide information on their socioeconomic [Show More]

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