Palynology: its position in the field of forensic science.

@article{Walsh2008PalynologyIP,
  title={Palynology: its position in the field of forensic science.},
  author={Kevan A J Walsh and Mark Horrocks},
  journal={Journal of forensic sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={53 5},
  pages={1053-60}
}
Here we examine the current state of palynology in the field of forensic science. Forensic palynology is discussed with reference to other forensic disciplines to help understand what is required for its progress. Emerging developments are also discussed. Palynomorphs potentially deliver excellent trace evidence, fulfilling the requirements relating to the transfer, persistence, and detection of such evidence. Palynological evidence can provide very powerful investigative and associative… CONTINUE READING

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