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DERMATOGLYPHIC APPRAISAL OF STUDENTS IN THE FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE

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ABSTRACT

 The study was conducted at the faculty of Basic of Medical Sciences, Remo Campus to evaluate the dermatoglyphic appraisal of male students. Fingerprints of 50 male students within the age range of 19 to 24 years were used for this study. All healthy individuals with no history of any genetic disorders were included in the study. Ink method as described by Cummins and Midlo, which requires ink slab, inverted ‘T’ shaped pad, Kores duplicating ink, white paper, magnifying lens and soap was used.

The fingers were rolled laterally on the ink slab and then placed on a white paper with one lateral edge and rolled over in opposite direction. Thus the finger tip patterns were recorded and studied with the help of magnifying lens. Finger print patterns were identified as: Loops, Whorls and Arches based on appearance of ridge lines. The present study evaluates the distribution of dermatoglyphic fingertip patterns in both hands among males and the findings of the study are compared with the available data. The result of this study indicates that Ulnar loop and Whorl pattern strength is much more than other patterns and has the potency of much more power and visibility compared to Arch, Radial loop, Twin loop and Acciendental. Likewise, the pattern strength of Arch and Accidental are much more reduced compared to other pattern types, which makes them have potency of lesser power and visibility compared to other pattern types.        

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE

1.0     Introduction

1.1     Dermatoglyphics

1.2     Brief Historical Background: Classical Dermatoglyphics

1.3     Classification of dermatoglyphics

1.4     Genetics and Dermatoglyphics

1.5     Minutiae

1.5.1  Sexual Dimorphism

1.6     Aim of study

1.7     Justification of Study

CHAPTER TWO

2.0     Literature review

2.1     Methods For identification

2.2     Types of fingerprints

2.2.1   Exemplar

2.2.2  Latent

2.2.3          Patent

2.2.4          Plastic

2.2.5          Electronic recording

2.2.6          Classifying

2.2.7   Footprints

2.3   Capture and detection

2.3.1   Livescan devices

2.3.2   Latent detection

2.3.3   Laboratory techniques

2.4       Research

2.4.1      Disappearance of children’s latent prints

2.4.2   Detection of drug use

2.4.3  Validity

2.4.4   Criticism

2.4.5   Defense

2.4.6   Track record

2.4.7   Professional standing and certification

2.5   History

2.5.1   Antiquity and the medieval period

2.5.2   Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries

2.5.3  Modern era

2.6   Uses of fingerprints

2.6.1   Welfare claimants

2.6.2   Log-in authentication and other locks

2.6.3   Electronic registration and library access

2.6.4   Absence or mutilation of fingerprints

2.6.5   In other species

2.6.6  Crime fiction

CHAPTER THREE

3.0     Methodology

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0     Results

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0     Discussion and Conclusion

5.1     Discussion

5.2     Conclusion

References

Keywords: DERMATOGLYPHIC APPRAISAL OF STUDENTS IN THE FACULTY OF BASIC MEDIACL SCIENCE, OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY, IKENNE CAMPUS

 

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CHAPTERS

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FORMAT

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