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References Blikle, A. (2012). Specyfika zarządzania w firmach rodzinnych. In: Firma w rodzinie czy rodzina w firmie. Metodologia wsparcia firm rodzinnych. Warszawa: PARP, p. 43. Bracci, E. and Vagnoni, E. (2011). Understanding Small Family Business Succession in Knowledge Management Perspective. The IUP Journal of Knowledge Management, p. 8. Danco, L. (1975). Beyond survival - A business owner’s guide for success. Cleveland: University Press. http://katowice.naszemiasto.pl/artykul/kongres-msp-w-katowicach-o-firmach-rodzinnychzdjecia, 3538857,art gal

References [1] Tadzher, Civil Law of National Republic of Bulgaria, General part, Chapter II, 1973, page 23, which provisions that only the one who is born capable of being alive shall have succession rights. According to Pavlova, Civil Law, General part, 2002, p. 236, the time of birth is when the embryo is separated from the mother’s body and it is necessary to be cut the cord blood and all of the actions required by the medical science to be done for a new legal person to occur. In order to have legal personality the child shall have breathed through his lungs

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Secondary succession is a long and complicated natural process returning forests to post agricultural lands, whereas afforestation is an attempt to speed up this process by planting trees. Massive afforestation in the twentieth century brought an increase in forest area in Poland along with management problems in these areas due to disturbances caused by root diseases. Therefore it appears necessary to employ successional processes more fully in order to create sustainable forest ecosystems.

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diatom spring bloom, J. Plank Res. 22(1): 169-184. Kurmayer R., Jutter F., 1999, Strategies for the co-existence of zooplankton with the toxic cyanobacterium Planktothrix rubescens in Lake Zurich, J. Plank. Res. 21: 659-683. Lafforgue M., Szeligiewicz W., Devaux J., Poulin M., 1995, Selective mechanisms controlling algal succession in Aydat Lake, Wat. Sci. Tech. 4: 117-127. Lair N., Ayadi H., 1989, The seasonal succession of planktonic events in lake Aydat, France. A comparison with the P. E. G. model, Arch. Hydrobiol. 115(4): 589-602. Lathrop R.C., 1988, Evaluation of

References Adamowski, W., Knopik, A. 1996. Ornithochorous species penetration onto abandoned farmland during secondary succession. Phytocoenosis 8 (N. S.) Sem. Geobot. 4: 97-110. Adamowski, W., Bomanowska, A. 2007a. Ekspansja Trisetum flavescens (Poaceae) na Polanie Białowieskiej. Fragm. Flor. Geobot. Polonica Suppl. 9: 97-105. Adamowski, W., Bomanowska, A. 2007b. Udział drzew i krzewów obcego pochodzenia w procesie zasiedlania gruntów porolnych w rejonie Puszczy Białowieskiej. Acta Botanica Warmiae et Mazuriae 4: 309-320. Adamowski, W., Bomanowska, A. 2007c

References Albert Á. J., Kelemen A., Valkó O., Miglécz T., Csecserits A., Rédei T., Deák B., Tóthmérész B. & Török P. 2014. Secondary succession in sandy old-fields: a promising example of spontaneous grassland recovery. Appl. Veg. Sci. 17: 214-224. DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12068 Aldrich R. J. 1984. Crop production practices and weeds. In: R. J. Aldrich (ed.). Weed crop ecology. Principles in weed management, pp. 373-397, Breton Publ., North Scituate, MA. Alexandrowicz S. W. 1999. Budowa geologiczna. In: L. Starkel (ed.). Geografia Polski - Środowisko Przyrodnicze, pp

References ANDERSON, K. J., 2007: Temporal patterns in rates of community change during succession. American Naturalist 169, 780-793. doi:10.1086/516653 AUSTIN, M. P., 1977: Use of ordination and other multivariate descriptive methods to study succession. Vegetatio 35, 165-175. doi:10.1007/BF02097067 BAKKER, J. P.,OLFF, H.,WILLEMS, J. H.,ZOBEL,M., 1996: Why do we need permanent plots in the study of long-term vegetation dynamics? Journal of Vegetation Science 7, 147-155. doi:10.2307/3236314 BOHN, U.,GOLLUB, G.,HETTWER, C., ZUPANCIC, M., PUNCER, I., SELI[KAR, A

and processes of vegetation dynamics. In D.C. Glenn- Lewin, R.K. Peet & T.T. Veblen (Eds.), Plant succession - theory and prediction (pp. 11−59). London: Chapman & Hall. Gojdičová, E., Cvachová, A. & Karasová E. (2002). List of non-native, invasive and expansive plants in Slovakia 2 (in Slovak). Ochrana Prirody, 21, 39-58. Grime, J.P. (2001). Plant strategies, vegetation processes, and ecosystem properties. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. Grimm, V. & Wissel Ch. (1997). Babel, or the ecological stability discussions: an inventory and analysis of terminology and a