difference between insulin and inulin??

Insulin Inulin
polypeptide polysaccharide
It is a which is released from the beta cells of islets of Langerhans, special regions in pancreas, and stimulates absorption of glucose from the blood in liver cells and its conversion into glycogen hormone  It is a storage product and replaces the function of starch in those plants in which it is produced
Its deficiency causes diabetes mellitus. It has no hormonal role thus deficiency results in no malfunction, except shortage of stored food.
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INSULIN IS HYPOGLYCAMIC PEPTIDE HORMONE WHICH MAINTAINS SUGAR LEVEL IN BLOOD BY CONVERTING GLUCOSE TO GLYCOGEN FOR STORAGE.
INULIN IS A HOMOPOLYSACCHRIDE OF FRUCTOSE MOSTLY FOUND IN ROOTS OF DAHLIA PLANT.
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