Casper puts the ratio in these terms:"At an average temperature, the degree of putrefaction present in a dead body after lying in the open air for one week, corresponds with that found in a body after lying in the water two weeks, or after lying in the earth in the usual manner eight weeks." Hoffmann says:" Putrefaction is twice as rapid in the air as in the water." In addition to these conditions of general application favoring putrefaction there are certain other special conditions which influence and promote the process. Wash two heads of lettuce, dry them thoroughly, and break the leaves or cut them into convenient pieces.
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The subject of this closing chapter is the scope, purpose, and details of a medicolegal examination of the dead human body.
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