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over those of animal origin, the consumption of less processed, mostly regional foods, and the reduction of animal protein consumption. In many cases, the requirements of healthy and environmentally friendly nutrition coincide, and several studies have

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way to solve the problem associated with agricultural residues [ 9 ]. The disposal of agricultural residues from plants and animals are inappropriately managed. These wastes pollute our environment. Sibi et al. [ 10 ] reported that about 40–50% of the

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pollinate with the aid of biotical using several animals or insects. Others pollinate via water or wind. Pollination [ 24 ] can be accomplished by cross-pollination or self-pollination, depending on whether it involves flowers from different plants or

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to cultivate fruits and vegetables, and a chicken house was also built in it. And most of the kitchen waste generated inside the cafe will be used as compost or animal feed, and the agricultural products in the backyard will also be used as

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climate zone. The animals’ metabolic heat dissipation tempers the house, creating a ‘thermal buffer’ zone as thermal insulation skin against transmission loss. The houses are generally oriented south/southwest. The concept of the new industrial facility is

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Gábor Heckenast, Marcel Ferencz, and András Tibor Kertész

zoomorphic shape (marine animals). Fig. 6. Water analogy in architecture ( Source : drawn by G. Heckenast) Water analogies like flowing spaces or fluid architecture, do not just physically connect with water, but map the water itself and translate it into

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activities that may involve other members of the family. The family members also find the need to make their own small store business. Majority of the beneficiaries also raised poultry and livestock. Although these animals are being regulated by the members

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/Eye height (m) Object height (m) Object offset (m) LIDAR 1.75 1.75 0.1 1.75 Camera 1.75 1.3 Radar 1.75 0.6 Human driver 1 1.1 4.4 Target (object) height The object can be a human, or car, or animal, or stationary object (such as walls, fences, trees, poles

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Ivana Marko, Réka Csicsaiová, Jaroslav Hrudka, Ivona Škultétyová, Štefan Stanko, and Paula Brandeburová

. In rainfall, from the roof was found an increased concentration of heavy metals [ 18 ], [ 19 ], or inert roof sediment (e.g., dust and feces in animals) [ 20 ]. 3 Methodic of research 3.1 Study area The research aimed to select and compare different

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