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Family resemblance for normal pulmonary function as measured by forced vital capacity and one second forced expiration volume is assessed using a path analysis model which incorporates sex differences in transmissibility of the phenotype from parents to offspring as well as in the effect of a correlated shared-sibling environment. Application of this model, called XTAU, to familial correlations indicates that transmissible factors, wnich maybe genetic or cultural, accounts for 20-30070of thedoi:10.1080/03014468400007331 pmid:6486714 fatcat:pynotntfafab7fzdo46pobqzca