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Relation between Lung and Ancestry Function Figure 1Figure 1Ancestry, Forced Expiratory Quantity in 1 Second , and Differences in Predicted FEV1 among CARDIA Research Participants. Displays the distribution of, and considerable variation in, the %age of genetically motivated African ancestry among male and female CARDIA participants . Table 3Table 3Associations between Lung Covariates and Function of Ancestry-Based Models among Individuals in the CARDIA Research, According to Sex. Presents the results of the check for association between pulmonary-function variables and African ancestry among CARDIA subjects, with adjustment for the following potential confounders: age, life time pack-years of cigarette smoking, BMI, height, square of the height, and study site.