Forensic Entomology Special Issue, Forensic Science International 120(1-2):1-160 (2001)

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An international journal dedicated to the applications of medicine and science in the administration of justice

Forensic Entomology Special Issue, Forensic Science International 120(1-2):1-160 (2001)

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Guest Editor: M. Benecke, Postfach 250411, 50520 Köln, Germany, Tel: (+49) 173 287 3136; Fax: (+49) 221 660 2644; e-mail: forensic@benecke.com

Referees: Kenneth G. V. Smith (London) (Main), Marcel Leclercq (Beyne-Heusay), Nicole von Wurmb (DNA), Guido Sticht (Toxicology) (Administrative questions: should be directed to Elsevier Science Ireland Ltd., Bay 15, Shannnon Industrial Estate, Shannon, Co. Clare, Ireland, Tel. (353-61) 471944, Fax (353-61) 472144.)



LIST OF CONTENTS
(random order of authors)

1. The Next Step / page 1 / Mark Benecke

2. A brief history of forensic entomology / pages 2 -- 14 / Mark Benecke

3. Use of beetles in forensic entomology / pages 15 -- 17 / Pankaj Kulshrestha, D.K. Satpathy

4. Factors affecting decomposition and Diptera colonization / pages 18 -- 27 / Carlo Pietro Campobasso, Giancarlo Di Vella, Francesco Introna

5. Postmortem interval (PMI) determined by study sarcophagous biocenoses: three cases from the province of Venice (Italy) / pages 28 -- 31 / Margherita Turchetto, Sergio Lafisca, Gabriella Costantini

6. Effect of temperature on Lucilia sericata (Diptera: Calliphoridae) development with special reference to the isomegalen- and isomorphen-diagram / pages 32 -- 36 / Martin Grassberger, Christian Reiter

7. Preliminary observations on the effects of hydrocortisone and sodium methohexital on development of Sarcophaga (Curranea) tibialis Macquart (Diptera: Sarcophagidae), and implications for estimating post mortem interval / pages 37 -- 41 E. Musvasva, K.A. Williams, W.J. Muller, M.H. Villet

8. Entomotoxicology / pages 42 -- 47 / Francesco Introna, Carlo Pietro Campobasso, Madison Lee Goff

9. Forensic entomology: application, education and research in Western Australia / pages 48 -- 52 / I.R. Dadour, D.F. Cook, J.N. Fissioli, W.J. Bailey

10. A preliminary study of forensic entomology in Medellín, Colombia / pages 53 -- 59 / Marta Wolff, Alejandro Uribe, Adriana Ortiz, Patricia Duque

11. The utility of mitochondrial DNA sequences for the identification of forensically important blowflies (Diptera:Calliphoridae) in southeastern Australia / pages 60 -- 67 / J.F. Wallman, S.C. Donnellan

12. Activity of the forensic entomology department of the French Gendarmerie / pages 68 -- 71 / Emmanuel Gaudry, Jean-Bernard Myskowiak, Bernard Chauvet, Thierry Pasquerault, Fabrice Lefebvre, Yvan Malgorn

13. Stability of prostate specific antigen (PSA), and subsequent Y-STR typing, of Lucilia (Phaenicia) sericata (Meigen) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) maggots reared from a simulated postmortem sexual assault / pages 72 -- 76 / James Michael Clery

14. Dead larvae of Cynomya mortuorum (L.) (Diptera, Calliphoridae) as indicators of the post-mortem interval - a case history from Norway / pages 77 -- 78 / Morten Stærkeby

15. The development of the black blow fly, Phormia regina (Meigen) / pages 79 -- 88 / Jason H. Byrd, Jon C. Allen

16. Medicolegal relevance of cadaver entomofauna for the determination of the time of death / pages 89 -- 109 / M.I. Marchenko

17. DNA-based identification of forensically important Chrysomyinae (Diptera: Calliphoridae) / pages 110 -- 115 / Jeffrey D. Wells, Felix A.H. Sperling

18. Genetic relationships between blowflies (Calliphoridae) of forensic importance / pages 116 -- 123 / Jamie Stevens, Richard Wall

19. Further observations on the nocturnal oviposition behaviour of blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) / pages 124 -- 126 / Devinder Singh, Meenakshi Bharti

20. Morphine extraction in necrophagous insects remains for determining ante-mortem opiate intoxication / pages 127 -- 131 / Benoit Bourel, Gilles Tournel, Valéry Hedouin, Marc Deveaux, M. Lee Goff, Didier Gosset

21. The forensic entomologist in the context of the forensic pathologist's role / pages 132 -- 139 / Carlo Pietro Campobasso, Francesco Introna

22. Determination of drug levels and the effect of diazepam on the growth of necrophagous flies of forensic importance in southeastern Brazil / pages 140 -- 144 / Lucila M.L. Carvalho, Arício X. Linhares, José Roberto Trigo

23. Insects of forensic significance in Argentina / pages 145 -- 154 / A. Oliva

24. Child neglect and forensic entomology / pages 155 -- 159 / Mark Benecke, Rüdiger Lessig

25. Technical note / page 160 / K.G.V. Smith




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