a scientist isolates two specific mRNAs. one codes for the enzyme fowlase, an enzyme that is involved in digestion in chickadees; the other codes for the quail enzyme quailase that is involved in cellular carb metabolism. both mRNAs are placedin test tubes with RER vesicles stripped of their ribosomes, free ribosomes and precursors for protein synthesis. when the protien synthesis reaction is complete, fowlase is found inside the vesicles; quailase is found in liquid position of the test tube outside the vesicles. what can one conclude about the two proteins?