There are a few proverbs that have been used again and again in relation to kinship relationships. For instance, "the apple does not fall far from the tree" or "Like father Like Son" are a few of the examples that talk exclusively of the father-son relationship. But no matter how these kinships are defined in social terms, science has always had a different take on it and even though they might have similar views at times, there are many instances where science and society have run off into total different trajectories altogether.
There are many physical traits which is a father possesses, his children are almost as likely to possess. For example, if a father has brown eyes, there is a the odds of the daughter having brown eyes increases by 10.3 times while that of the son, increases only 6.4 times.