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a.1.(Zool.) Having, or consisting of, tow joints.
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DISCUSSION: The distal radio ulnar joint is the distal articulation of the biarticulate rotational arrangement of the forearm where the ulna is fixed segment and the radius rotates around it in supination and pronation.
Although the biarticulate rectus femoris and sartorius muscles are critically important during the sit-to-stand transition and during stepping and walking [5-6], they have undesirable actions for standing [4,7], such as thigh flexion.