compactum

compactum

[käm′pak·təm]
(mathematics)
A topological space that is metrizable and compact.
References in classic literature ?
"Since our separation, I have journeyed far, having entered into a compactum or agreement with a certain man named Ishmael--"
I have already made known that, in virtue of a compactum, I journey with the aforesaid Ishmael Bush; but though I am bound to perform certain duties while the journey lasts, there is no condition which says that the said journey shall be sempiternum, or eternal.
MORAIS et al., (2011) reported metacercariae of Clinostomun marginatum and Austrodiplostomum compactum, parasitizing 100% and 15%, respectively, present in Pygocentrus nattereri of central Amazon.
Viburnum tinus 'Compactum' however is smaller growing as its name suggests and does have white to light pink fragrant flowers.
* Oregano (Origanum onites as well as the following synonyms Origanum smyrnaeum, Origanum vulgare, Origanum compactum, Origanum hurtum, Thymbra capitata, Thymus capitatus, Coridothymus capitatus, Satureja capitate)
Lesions extended into the underlying dermis, showing hyperplasia, inflammation of the stratum compactum connective tissue, disorganization of collagen fibre arrangement, and an increased number of melanophores (Figs.
Li, "Complete chloroplast genome of the medicinal plant Amomum compactum: gene organization, comparative analysis, and phylogenetic relationships within Zingiberales," Chinese Medicine, vol.
Many viburnums do grow to quite a size, but you can get more compact versions which will give good shows of red berries, such as the slow-growing V Opulus Compactum. Winter doesn't have to be so drab after all.
Effect of temperature, salt stress and pH on seed germination of medicinal plant Origanum compactum. Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology, 10: 156-160.
Furthermore, the essential oils showing high antibacterial activity are phenol and cinnamic aldehyde rich oils (thymol, carvacrol, and eugenol) as in the essential oils of Thymus vulgaris, Origanum compactum, Satureja montana, Eugenia caryophyllata, and Cinnamomum zeylanicum [37].