Locomotion and movement



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    Correct answer is 4



  • @urvashi

    It is complex and consists of three joints—the humeroradial joint, the humeroulnar joint, and the radioulnar joint. ... The articulation between the humerus and ulna provides the hinge motion responsible for elbow flexion and extension. The proximal ulna is positioned medially at the elbow
    The humeroulnar joint (ulnohumeral or trochlear joint, is part of the elbow-joint. It is composed of two bones, the humerus and ulna, and is the junction between the trochlear notch of ulna and the trochlea of humerus. It is classified as a simple hinge-joint, which allows for movements of flexion, extension and circumducti


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