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The University of Adelaide
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The Professor will be required to offer a course of Lectures and Practical Work in Elementary Animal Biology, suitable for students of Science, Medicine and Agriculture, together with an advanced course in Zoology for students in Science. A demonstrator and a collector will be provided. Salary, £1,100 per annum.
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