How do enzymes fit in with photosynthesis?

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enzymes are proteins that catalyze chemical reactions (let them happen with less activation energy). in photosynthesis, they are used for the anabolic reactions (reactions that combine several molecules into a bigger one) that eventually create glucose to be used in cell respiration. I could go into more detail if you need it but that's the gist.