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Fig. S1 Confocal observation of whole mount brain of a honeybee that was not injected with FITC-siRNA.

Table S1 Survival rate and number of honeybees that didn’t present PER after sucrose stimulation when the injection (systemic or focal) was made 6 h before training.

Table S2 Survival rate and number of honeybees that didn’t present PER after sucrose stimulation when the injection (systemic) was made 6 h before the 24-h retrieval test.

Table S3 Survival rate and number of honeybees that didn’t present PER after sucrose stimulation when the injection (systemic) was made 6 h before the 48-h retrieval test.

Table S4 Comparison of learning performances depending upon the odor used as CS+ in the case of systemic injection.

Table S5 Delta scores values in groups injected 6 h before training.

Table S6 Delta scores values in groups injected 6 h before the 24-h retrieval test.

Table S7 Delta scores values in groups injected 6 h before the 48-h retrieval test.

Table S8 Comparison of learning performances depending upon the odor used as CS+ in the case of pre-training focal injections.

Table S9 Comparison of learning performances depending upon the odor used as CS+ in the case of pre-test focal injections.

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