( Harmonic minor by interval degrees )
W, h, W, W, h, W+1/2, W.
Considering mixing 'Modes, within a progression.
In this example : When looking at the ii, V, I, of ‘C major,
try the 'Harmonic minor.
The D minor, is converted to the ‘Locrian / half diminished, Mode, w/ a natural 6th.
The G7, is converted to a ‘Phyrgian Mode, b13 - b9, w/ a natural 3rd.
C Major 7, becomes ‘C minor-7 ‘Aeolian w/ a natural 7.
This is a part of the complexities that Makes Jazz so impressive, to me.
Although the 3 Modes give you access to all degrees of the Scales.
It is up to the individual which will be used.