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By C.C. Berg, R. W. A. P. Akkermans, E. C. H. van Heusden

This name is monograph fifty one within the plant life Neotropica sequence. This monograph provides revisions of 2 of the neotropical genera of the Cecropiaceae: forty six species (15 new) of Coussapoa and 25 species (4 new) of Pourouma.

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Cecropiaceae: Coussapoa and Pourouma, with an Introduction to the Family (Flora Neotropica Monograph No. 51)

This name is monograph fifty one within the flowers Neotropica sequence. This monograph offers revisions of 2 of the neotropical genera of the Cecropiaceae: forty six species (15 new) of Coussapoa and 25 species (4 new) of Pourouma.

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A. B. Jones, Jr. 1996. Plant Nutrition ManualII. Micro-Macro Publishing, Athens, GA. D. L. Nelson. 1990. Principles and practices in plant analysis, pp. 359-387. L. ), Soil Testing and Plant Analysis. SSSA Book Series 3. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. D. R. D. Schrader. 1977a. Relation between corn yield, expressed as percentage of the maximum, and the N percentage in the grain. I. Various N-rate experiments. Agron. J. 69:215-220. , L. Dumenil, and J. Henao. 1977b. Relationship between corn yield, expressed as percentage of the maximum, and the N percentage of the grain.

Maintaining a track of plant analysis results by element from season to season for the same crop is also useful in order to determine if there exists a changing trend in concentration, suggesting the development of a possible future insufficiency. In order for the track to be meaningful, care must be taken each year to ensure that samples collected for analysis represent the same physiological stage of development and plant part. The objective of tracking is to warn the farmer of corrective action needed before an insufficiency occurs.

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