Complex cell refers to cell type of the visual cortex that responds best to a light stimulus of a particular shape anywhere in its receptive field; its receptive field cannot be mapped into fixed excitatory and inhibitory zones Complex cell, moreover is a neuron in the visual cortex that responds best to moving bars with a particular orientation.

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