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Change in Hair Pigmentation in Children From Birth to 5 years in a Central European Population (Longitudinal Study), Figure 5, by Prokopec, Glosova, and Ubelaker (Forensic Science Communications, July 2000)

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July 2000   Volume 2   Number 3

Change in Hair Pigmentation in Children from
Birth to 5 Years in a Central European Population
(Longitudinal Study)

Figure 5

Changes in color, structure, and thickness in hair from
the same subject (see Figure 6) from 1 month to 5 years
of age. All photographed to same scale.


Hair, age 1 month (color T)


Age 1 month (T)


Hair, age 6 months (color N)


Age 6 months (N)


Hair, age 1 year (color N)


Age 1 year (N)

Hair, age 3 years (color K)


Age 3 years (K)


Hair, age 5 years (color S)


Age 5 years (S)


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FORENSIC SCIENCE COMMUNICATIONS    JULY 2000   VOLUME 2   NUMBER 3


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