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Year Number of Results
1945 7
1946 17
1947 17
1948 8
1949 12
1950 35
1951 29
1952 39
1953 38
1954 39
1955 40
1956 49
1957 56
1958 55
1959 62
1960 51
1961 54
1962 55
1963 124
1964 164
1965 136
1966 119
1967 165
1968 273
1969 343
1970 381
1971 450
1972 453
1973 503
1974 494
1975 339
1976 338
1977 361
1978 374
1979 316
1980 330
1981 299
1982 230
1983 281
1984 328
1985 368
1986 374
1987 410
1988 443
1989 457
1990 483
1991 566
1992 635
1993 697
1994 773
1995 739
1996 877
1997 1107
1998 1163
1999 1052
2000 1061
2001 1110
2002 1082
2003 1181
2004 1491
2005 1735
2006 1745
2007 1791
2008 1834
2009 2017
2010 2162
2011 2070
2012 2295
2013 2250
2014 2350
2015 2284
2016 2231
2017 2283
2018 2148
2019 1283
2020 28
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Body farms
Black S. Forensic Sci Med Pathol 2017. PMID 28914412 Free PMC article.
Body farms
Blau S. Forensic Sci Med Pathol 2017. PMID 28967034
Body farms
Gill J. Forensic Sci Med Pathol 2017. PMID 28914411
Body farms
Forbes S. Forensic Sci Med Pathol 2017. PMID 28944444
Body farms
Madea B and Doberentz E. Forensic Sci Med Pathol 2017. PMID 28905205
Cadaver decomposition in terrestrial ecosystems.
Carter DO, et al. Naturwissenschaften 2007 - Review. PMID 17091303
Despite the fact that as much as 5,000 kg of cadaver can be introduced to a square kilometre of terrestrial ecosystem each year, cadaver decomposition remains a neglected microsere. Here we review the processes associated with the introduction of cadaver-derived carbon and nutrients into soil from forensic and ecological settings to show that cadaver decomposition can have a greater, albeit localised, effect on belowground ecology than plant and faecal resources. ...
Despite the fact that as much as 5,000 kg of cadaver can be introduced to a square kilometre of terrestrial ecosystem each year, c
Apoptosis
[No authors listed] Lancet 1972. PMID 4116940
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