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Bio-Replicator Pods are organic replicator units used for containing plant life specimens.
A Bio-Replicator Pod is a remarkable device was introduced in 2058 for use by Weyland planetary engineers. However, recent advancements have made bio-replicator pods available to off-world civilians for home use. Each pod has a database of over 40 million seed varieties and plant DNAs. With the push of a button, it can replicate the requested sample. Growth rates are currently at about 55%, not factoring unsuitable planetary conditions for a given species. At 1 cubic foot in size, an array of thousands of bio-replicator pods can be outfitted to any seeder for industrial use. For household use, it is recommended to store bio-replicator pods outside the home.
Made from a titanium alloy, a Bio-Replicator Pod features an outer alloy casing with a clear polymer lid.
A Bio-Replicator Pod is capable of with a push of a button, replicating a requested sample.
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