anonymous
  • anonymous
What kind of transport does an egg-lab, which is an egg in water to see how the cell membrane of the water's circumference increases, either passive or active. Please provide reasoning.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Think you have some language issues there. And what type of egg?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Either way, do you think energy is spent or not when transport is occurring?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think you need to read the question. @mrdoldum

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, last I checked water does not have a "cell membrane". An "egg-lab", I assume, is a type of experiment and thus it has no transport, active or passive. I think you are talking about the change in volume of the liquid that you put an egg in. If there is a positive change, water must have left the egg. If it is a negative change, water must have entered the egg. Is this movement of water passive or active transport into or out of the egg.

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