How does 6ft of DNA fit into each and every cell?
within each cell (eukaryotic) there is a nucleus and within the nucleus there are chromosomes. within the chromosomes, there is chromatin, which is a thread wound together to fit into chromosomes. then there are nucleosomes which is DNA wrapped around histones, which are little dots that we see and the proteins. Finally, this is all compacted into a double helix. the nucleosomes are packed into the chromatin