To Examine the Entomological Evidences of Goat’s Flesh for Examining the Changes Observed on Different Pieces of Meat Placed in Different Places through Life Cycle of Insects

Authors

  • Bhavesh Mali Student, Department of Forensic Science, Institute of Sciences, Sage University, Indore, India
  • Deepu Singh Student, Department of Forensic Science, Institute of Sciences, Sage University, Indore, India
  • Abhishek Tembhre Student, Department of Forensic Science, Institute of Sciences, Sage University, Indore, India
  • Pinky Nishad Assistant Professor, Institute of Sciences, Sage University, Indore, India
  • Anamika Sharma Assistant Professor, Institute of Sciences, Sage University, Indore, India
  • Ashutosh Tripathi Head of Department, Institute of Sciences, Sage University, Indore, India

Keywords:

forensic entomology, life cycle of insects, entomological evidences, forensic science

Abstract

This study is one of the important study which will help us out to study the difference in life cycle of insects along with difference in different types of insects if different person dies in different environment and at different places. This study will help more in the field of forensic entomology as study of this study majorly focuses on the changes occurring on dead body due to insects at two different places which are away from each other and differs in environmental conditions and also differ in case of varieties of insects found at the different places. This study is done at two places of Madhya Pradesh State which are Mandsaur and Indore and these places are 250km away from each other. We need to study the differences on entomological evidences in two compartments of four parts each. This study will add few more advancements in the field of forensic entomology and forensic science.

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Published

20-02-2022

How to Cite

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B. Mali, D. Singh, A. Tembhre, P. Nishad, A. Sharma, and A. Tripathi, “To Examine the Entomological Evidences of Goat’s Flesh for Examining the Changes Observed on Different Pieces of Meat Placed in Different Places through Life Cycle of Insects”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 120–129, Feb. 2022.

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