Police also believe he was killed elsewhere and dumped within the last couple of days, as there is little sign of decomposition.
Where bodies are planted to study the forensics of decomposition.
The bodies, which were found within 500 feet of each other, were all in various states of decomposition.
Part of the decomposition process causes bodies to bloat and blood to sometimes seep from the mouth.
Yet many zombies exist in an advanced state of decomposition, and lack the strength to rend and devour for themselves.
Fontana was the first to notice the decomposition of steam by incandescent carbon to form hydrogen and carbonic oxide.
General conflagration may be produced by the decomposition of air or water, 321.
Having cleared out the egg as far as possible, fill it up with water to assist in the decomposition of the embryo.
There is some sericite present, also magnetite, resulting from the decomposition of the biotite.
The decomposition occurs with both the above substances at a heat below that of redness.
decomposition de·com·po·si·tion (dē-kŏm'pə-zĭsh'ən)
The act or result of decomposing; disintegration.
Separation into constituents by chemical reaction.
The breakdown or decay of organic materials; lysis.