Marvellous creation - gravity sensing in seeds

I was pondering how seeds work. When any seed sprouts, the root radicle always goes down and the shoot always goes up, no matter which way the seed is oriented in the soil. How does the root so unerringly sense gravity? It appears that there are gravity sensing cells (statocytes) and organelles (statoliths) in cells of every plant, in every seed.
We humans have only had gravity and motion sensors popularly available in smartphones for 25 years or so but seeds have had gravity sensors for ever! Our ‘smart’ phones cost hundreds of dollars, but a seed which hardly costs anything contains technology which we have barely begun to understand.
How marvellous is God’s creation! His name and signature is seen in every cell all over the world.
O Lord our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! (Psalm 8:1)