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As of 2008, approximately 400,000 plant species have been described, of which roughly ninety percent are flowering plants.
Endotrypanum is also closely related and may also be moved to subgenus status within Leishmania.
This division has been confirmed by all subsequent studies.
Conventionally the term plant implies a taxon with characteristics of multicellularity, cell structure with walls containing cellulose, and organisms capable of photosynthesis.
Modern classification schemes are driven by somewhat rigid categorizations inherent in DNA and common ancestry. Throughout most of the history of science from Aristotle to Linnaeus and into the 20th century, species were divided into two kingdoms: animals and plants.