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On its way down the tube, the egg sheds some of its shimmering "corona radiata,"
that surrounding halo comprised of clinging nurse cells. It begins to "undress," in
effect, hoping for a rendezvous with a sperm cell somewhere in the tube.
Those that do get inside the womb are still fighting adverse currents as they
struggle toward the opening of the Fallopian tubes. Then they have to make a
choice. Which tube should they choose? The wrong choice will prove fatal for
ward streaming of ovarian and other fluids, and the ciliary beating of hairlike cells
that line the walls of the tubes — that helps propel the egg downward toward the
womb. The tubes are not smooth conduits; their walls have countless little ...
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