Meiosis: Prophase II

If the chromosomes became dispersed in telophase I they will condense again at prophase II. The spindle apparatus moves the chromosomes to the middle of the cell. Look! The centromeres are still holding the sister chromatids together (Fig. 11).

Prophase II looks like telophase I.
In metaphase II, there are 2 cells. Each cell has sister chromatids that form a x-shaped chromosome. The spidle fibers attach to the x-shaped chromosomes at the location of the centromere.

Fig. 11 and 12. Prophase II and metaphase II of meiosis(Images by D. Lee)