According to Archea
and Patterson (1985), architects and environmental designers seem to have shied away from the idea of crime prevention through environmental design, because they were not convinced that architecture could or should be a vehicle for attaining social objectives; however, many scholars and researchers agree that the built environment, although not the basic determinant, can at least function as a modifier to human behavior (Canter, 1977; Gutman, 1976; Hillier and Hanson, 1984).
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Other examples of fine sculpture include an alabaster statuette of Venus offered by Archea
4] by methanogens, which are microorganisms from the Archea
group that are normally found in the rumen ecosystem (Baker, 1999).
Small jolts of electricity are given to single-celled microorganisms known as archea, which prompts them to remove CO2 from the air and turn it into methane, released as tiny bubbles.
Archea are older, and more primitive, than bacteria, lacking a nucleus and other cellular machinery.
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be) owes a debt to BRUNEAF, as its organiser, Vincent Geerling of Archea
Ancient Art, Amsterdam, acknowledges: 'The gallery-walk makes it so special--BRUNEAF invented it here.
4] by methane-producing Archea, methanogens that appeared on Earth some 3.
Others : Bacteriophages against rumen bacteria, not rumen archea, have been detected in the rumen (Hoogenraad et al.