First meiotic division
Briefly, the process starts when the chromosomes condense along the center of the nucleus (prophase I), and pair with their homologues during crossing over (metaphase I). Next, the pairs of chromosomes separate and move to opposite ends of the cell (anaphase I). The cell divides for the first time producing two cells (telophase I). The two cells will undergo meiosis II wherein both of them divide further into two cells.