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Hair consists of two parts: a follicle and a shaft.
a) True b) False c) Dont Pick Me d) Wrong
Melanin is the bits of pigment found in the cortex of a hair
a) True b) False c) Not Right d) Not Right
The Hair shaft is made up of three layers: an outer cortex, an inner cortex, and a cuticle.
a) True b) False c) Dont Pick Me d) Dont Pick Me Either
The cuticle is a transparent inner layer of the hair shaft.
a) True b) False c) Sometimes d) Wrong
In humans, the cortex is the largest part of the hair shaft.
a) True b) False c) I dont Know d) Wrong
The part of the hair containing granules of pigment is called:
a) the cuticle b) the cortex c) the hair follicle d) None of these choices
The protein that makes up the majority of the hair is called:
a) keratin b) protein c) cuticle d) None of these choices
Cut hair is:
a) secondary evidence b) tertiary evidence c) class evidence d) Individual evidence
Hair with a follicular tag is
a) always found on the floor of great clips b) often found on a brush c) individual evidence d) class evidence
Investigators recognized the importance of analysis of hair as:
a) in the late 1800's b) in 800 BC c) hippies became popular d) in the late 1980's
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