My old question raised this new question. After reading this page I can say now that metaphase is the stage in which the second meiotic arrest occurs within oogenesis:
The oocyte is arrested again in the metaphase of the second meiotic division.
It is difficult to visualize the thing in my head. I could not find a video of specifically for oogenesis but probably the general model for meiosis holds true. The problem I am having is that I cannot see the arresting steps in this general meiosis video.
How do you see the second meiotic arrest of oogenesis in the above video?
I cannot even see clearly the first meiotic arrest. I only know that it is in prophase for the first and metaphase for the second.