Describe the structure of chromatin and chromosomes, Biology

Describe how the structure of chromatin and chromosomes facilitates the following functions:

a) DNA packaging.

b) Regulation of gene expression. 

c) Replication at the ends of chromosomes and the prevention of translocations.

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