Choose the Odd One in Each of the Following: Ovary; Fallopian Tube; Ureter; Uterus - Biology

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Choose the odd one in each of the following: 

Ovary; fallopian tube; ureter; uterus 

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Ureter

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Chapter 13: The Reproductive System - Very short answer type [Page 182]

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Selina Concise Biology Class 10 ICSE
Chapter 13 The Reproductive System
Very short answer type | Q 7.2 | Page 182

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