Quiz time: Are you phytogenius? Did you know that the oldest living tree is located in the US and more than 5000 years old? If yes, you might be phytogenius. What? Phyto-genius? Yes - someone with an in-depth knowledge of phytogenic (plant-based) feed additives, short phytogenics. But for being 100 percent sure, you need to play the game. The questions are as diverse as nature is – from fun easy-going ones to tricky technical ones. Have fun playing! And: If you have any interesting questions in mind that should definitively be a part of the phytogenius quiz, please let us know. Which of the following substances is not a phytogenic feed additive? Condensed tannin Enzymes Caraway oil ThymolHow is it possible, that volatile phytogenic substances like e.g. some essential oils show their effects especially in the animal's gut? Volatile substances like essential oils are no phytogenics There are no essential oils which are volatile Because there is a very high amount of volatile substances in every phytogenic product Due to microencapsulationPhytogenics have been proven to Make layers provide colorful eggs Reduce ammonia and methane Enhance the quality of honey Contribute to calves being born hornlessWho coined the term ‚phytogenics‘ some decades ago? EFSA Delacon WHO FEFANACan phytogenics be used in combination with other feed additives? no, there will be negative interactions in combination with other feed additives yes, phytogenics can be used in combination with other feed additives no, they should be given alone yes, but only with enzymes and mycotoxin binders Thanks for your answers. If you want to finish the quiz please click the send button. To change your answers click the previous button.