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Which of the following describes the changes that occur during the 3rd week of the menstruation cycle? A. The egg matures within the ovary. B. The egg travels through the fallopian tube to the
uterus. C. The unfertilized egg is removed from the uterus. D. Egg travels from the ovary into the fallopian tube.
C. The unfertilized egg is removed from the uterus: describes the changes that occur during the 3rd week of the menstruation cycle.
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