POLA KEBERADAAN LARVA GENUS CHRYSOMYA PADA BANGKAI KELINCI UTUH, BANGKAI KELINCI DILUKAI DAN BANGKAI KELINCI MEMBUSUK DALAM MENUNJANG PERKIRAAN SAAT KEMATIAN

IGNASIA INDRESWARI, INGE (2009) POLA KEBERADAAN LARVA GENUS CHRYSOMYA PADA BANGKAI KELINCI UTUH, BANGKAI KELINCI DILUKAI DAN BANGKAI KELINCI MEMBUSUK DALAM MENUNJANG PERKIRAAN SAAT KEMATIAN. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Introduction : In Forensic Medicine, the existence of carrion fly larvaes can be used to support the time of death estimation on the dead body with unknown time of death. Due to the olfactory system, Chrysomya adult female fly may be attracted by decomposition odor, to lay eggs then hatch to larvaes. The rate of decomposition is affected by the condition of the dead body and the environment factors. Objective : The existence pattern of Chrysomya Larvaes among intact rabbit carrions (A), wounded rabbit carrions (B) and decomposed rabbit carrions (C) were examined daily. Material and Method : Observational descriptive method with quota and purposive sampling based on Larval Collected Evidence Technique (third stage of 30 Chrysomya larvaes on each carrions) were used in this study. The posterior part of 15 larvaes were sliced to identify the posterior spiracle and 15 larvaes were reared to identify the adult flies morphology. Result : The larvaes existence was found through the slicing­examination of C on fourth day, B on fifth day, A on sixth day. The adult flies were developed through the rearing­examination of C on 17th day, B on 18th day, A on 19th day.Discussion : The different time existence of Chrysomya Larvaes on carrions was affected by the arrival time differentiation of Chrysomya adult female flies, was affected by the decomposition­ forming time. Conclusion : The existence pattern of Chrysomya Larvaes on decomposed carrions was found one day earlier (16 days) than wounded carrions (17 days) and the longest time was found on intact carrions (18 days). Keyword : Chrysomya Larvaes, Intact, Wounded and Decomposed carrions, Time of Death Estimation.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medical Education
Depositing User: Anwar Jasin
Date Deposited: 09 May 2012 04:23
Last Modified: 09 May 2012 04:23
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/4841

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