Q. Which of the following defines the ‘Bio-Computers’?

[A] These are a parallel variant of the traditional binary, control flow, stored program computer model, also called multi-instruction-multi-data (MIMD) stream computers

[B] The information processed under this computer is through using Quantum Bits (Qubit) and configurable Quantum logic gates for processing.

[C] The information is processed using cells, DNA, proteins and RNA to create new cells or enact computational operators.

[D] The information is processed using light (photons) instead of electrons for computation.

Answer: C

Explanation – Bio-Computers use biologically derived molecules — such as DNA and/or proteins — to perform digital or real computations.

Source: ForumIAS