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Abstr basal chlorogenic acid Comparison of symptoms conidia dahliae by dipping dahliae by planting dahliae plants Severity dipping roots enzyme Figure fungus g per pot greenhouse Houma infected plants infested with microsclerotia-perlite initial symptoms injecting stems inoc inoculated by stem Inoculation method Kennebec plants leaves brown lower leaves yellow marginal necrosis methods of inoculation microsclerotia microsclerotia-perlite inoculum mild X-infected Kennebec mycelia pathogen perlite Phytopathology plant stem plants after inoculation plants Severity isolated polygalacturonase potato plants potato varieties potato virus potato virus X produced red clover resistance to Verticillium resistant and susceptible resistant plants resistant varieties root dip method sand-vermiculite infested Severity isolated rating severity of Verticillium Severity rating sodium hypochlorite soil inoculated spore concentration spore suspension spores per ml stages of plant stem injection method stolons Susceptibility of X-free susceptible varieties Symptoms of wilt tubers Verticillium albo-atrum Verticillium wilt wilt of Kennebec wilt symptoms X-free and mild xylem