The Role of Bacteria in the World
by Harli Henderson and Sandy Henderson
When they receive the message, their "shield" turns into jagged scales. If this doesn't work, the bacteria will then "commit suicide" so that the virus does not replicate it's self. When the coccolithophores die, they create white chalky build up on the surface of the ocean. This is happening everyday and this "war" is so important because coccolithophores are responsible for half of the oxygen on earth. When they grow they take in carbon dioxide, and as they die they release oxygen.