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This paper assesses the response of Pericopsis elata trees to silvicultural operations conducted in abandoned plantations settled between 1972 and 1975 in the East and South regions of Cameroon. Trees quality and DBH were evaluated before and 6 years after 2009 thinning. The silvicultural treatment of thinning improved the quality (physiognomy), the annual diameter increment and the stand basal area of trees. The average percentage of winding trees dropped from 82.8% in 2009 before thinning todoi:10.5539/jps.v10n1p1 fatcat:6sudtmhzwrbwxo5ugnlwk2zzfq